George Mason High School
Senior Jeremiah Ogle holds towelette after blood is drawn. Students 16 and older with parental consent were able to volunteer to donate blood on November 18. Inova Blood Donor Services came to GMHS on November 18.
With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, we begin to contemplate what the holiday really means to us. For most, Thanksgiving is a day to get together with your family and highlight those things that we treasure most in life.
At George Mason, students answers vary when asked what they are thankful for. Common responses are friends, family, and pets. Other people took a more comical approach to the question saying things like food and themselves. Whatever the answer, it was nice to see Mason students expressing gratitude for what or whomever they’re thankful for. Check out the slideshow on The Lasso.
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