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Display Pack donates water filling station to CSHS

Mr. Hansen with Josh Cooper, the faculty advisor for the Cedar Springs Interact Club

Members of the Cedar Springs High School student senate and high school Interact Club, which is a junior division of the local Rotary club, have been teaming up to raise funds for water bottle filling stations throughout the high school. The idea is that it will encourage students to drink more water, and that it will drastically cut down on pollution because students can reuse water bottles, or fill containers from home easily.

Students have gone to many local businesses and asked for donations, in hopes of pooling the money together to add these stations in different wings of the high school. The cost of each of these is around $750 a piece. Vic Hansen, president of Display Pack, recently donated the full $750 to add a station all by themselves. Mr. Hansen cited his enthusiasm for our students, and desire to build a relationship with the school and students moving forward, as the driving force behind this donation. Once the station has been installed, a plaque will be placed near the station to commemorate this tremendous gift. The plaque will read, “This fountain donated by Display Pack, Inc” and will include the quote, “Knowledge flows like spring water from the wise,” which is from King Solomon.

Mr. Hansen is pictured here with Josh Cooper, the faculty advisor for the Cedar Springs Interact Club. There are still more stations needed, so any local businesses or private donors that would like to contribute can contact Mr. Cooper at the high school, if they would like to donate to this cause at (616) 696-1200.

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