The Junior Auxiliary of the Eastern Shore and art students from FHS volunteered to decorate the girls’ bathroom stall doors (20 stalls) with positive messages in conjunction with National Stand Beside Her Week (10/29-11/2). The Stand Beside Her movement is about women and girls supporting and building each other up instead of tearing each other down and competing with each other. For more information click here: http://www.standbesideher.org/
Mrs. Kim Huffty with the Junior Auxiliary coordianted this effort.The Junior Auxiliary of the Eastern Shore has been serving the children of Baldwin County since 1989. Their mission is to identify the needs of children, youth and their families in our community. They create projects to meet those needs which will enhance educational achievement, physical health and emotional wellbeing.
Fairhope Middle School wants to express our gratitude to the Junior Auxiliary and FHS art students for offering to do this wonderful project which spreads positivity with our girls! THANK YOU!