Missoula High School Students Use Art Skills for Fundraiser
Hellgate High School's National Honors Society participants have teamed up with Liquid Planet to showcase some amazing local artists to benefit All Nations Health Center. Annika and Luke were on my show this morning to share the details.
For a senior project, the NHS students invited six junior and senior artists at Hellgate to display their artwork at Liquid Planet on Broadway. The showcase will run from today, March 22nd to Easter Sunday, April 4th. The pieces will also be for sale, with proceeds going to All Nations Health Center here in Missoula to help offset the cost of medical needs during the pandemic.
Preview art from the featured artists on Instagram:
If you haven't been downtown in a minute, Liquid Planet moved from Higgins around the corner to 121 West Broadway and their current hours are 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day. All of the students involved have put a lot of time and creativity into this project so let's pop in and show 'em some support!
National Honors Society is made up of students who have a GPA of at least 3.5, have demonstrated leadership at school and in the community, and have completed a certain amount of service to others.
All Nations Health Center is currently offering Moderna COVID-19 vaccinations to all Native Americans and Alaska Natives who are 18 and older, those who live in their households, and those who serve these families through child care and/or home health care. Learn more here.