In February, club members and guests, including one Interactor, shopped for food, hygiene and household supplies for Youth On Their Own (YOTO) as part of a D5500 Matching Grant.  The club donated $500 and the district matched that amount.  Items procured for the YOTO Mini Mall include toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, toilet paper and student favorites such as ramen, oatmeal, tuna, mac & cheese and peanut butter.
 
YOTO serves homeless students and from July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020, it served 2,176 youth.
 
Thanks to shoppers:  Pres. Sarah Craddock, Samantha Craddock, Natasha Wrae, Interactor Connor Storie, Cameron Storie, Jerry Jordan, Laura Ziady, Mike Kloehn and Kirsten Stephens.  Additional thanks to Bob Stephens for helping deliver the supplies to YOTO.