Austin Taseski ‘21: This week the Romeo boys basketball program helped people in need with the partnership of the Salvation Army. The team went to Kroger this week and rang the Salvation Army bells encouraging people to donate to the the charity.
Nino Brasza ‘21 loves the idea of giving back to the community.
“It feels really good especially knowing that the Romeo basketball team is giving back to the community,” Brasza said.
Giving back to the community builds character in many players within the basketball program.
“It means a lot and shows that we care and we are always look to help people no matter who they are,” Brasza said.
As the players signed up and worked at the station, they received plenty of donations in the 30 minute shifts they each completed.
“For the time I was there I think about $40 was donated,” Brasza said.
With these players giving back to the community, it means a lot to Romeo High School to know that the community gives back to those less fortunate.