Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon presented a proclamation for Utica Academy of Science high school’s Kindness Challenge
Utica Academy of Science high school students have been going above and beyond this school year to give back to those in their community who need it the most. From writing heartwarming messages to the children at the St. Jude hospital, to writing letters to the residents at the Masonic Care Community, to even purchasing a simple cup of coffee for someone who needs a quick pick-me-up. These acts both big and small have certainly not gone unnoticed, especially in the middle of a global pandemic.
Today, Utica Academy of Science high school had the great pleasure of welcoming Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon of the Assembly District 119 who presented a proclamation for Utica Academy of Science high school’s Kindness Challenge - an event hosted by the National Honor Society members encouraging their fellow classmates and teachers to perform random acts of kindness both big or small for a chance to win a free pizza delivery. It is with this simple challenge of spreading kindness that led to Assemblywoman Buttenshon mentioning that it would be great to turn this event into a Dzana & Erna Kindness Law.
Congratulations, Utica Academy of Science Atoms for your kindness and generosity in supporting the communities we serve. Many Atoms, one family.