It's fun beating Covington Catholic. And no, it's not because I'm still bitter about our friends who were girls going to hang out with them sometimes during our senior year. Okay, maybe it has a little to do with it.
After the thumping the Birds handed the Colonels last weekend to put Highlands into the Final Four of the KHSAA playoffs, it would just be fun to beat them in another competition and help out needy children through the Brighton Center.
Charles Keller, the National English Honor Society Sponsor at Highlands, is helping to do just that:
We will hold our annual book drive beginning Monday, November 21 and will end November 30.
We are looking for new and gently use books for children ages beginner to about 12 years old. We have expanded this year’s drive to include a competition with Covington Catholic and, of course, we would like to beat them again. Perhaps your readers would like to help us. They could drop off books at the high school or they may contact me at Charles.firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements. All of the books will be donated to the Brighton Center for holiday gifts for children. We have normally collected about 1,200.
Come on Fort Thomas Matters. Let's help.