Looking to help on and off campus in any way they could, a handful of Madera High School students helped in a soup kitchen at Courthouse Park.
On Saturday, members ran a soup kitchen that drew nearly 50 people. Coyotes That Care served chili, oranges, lemonade and bread to those in need and learned much from it, said Mckenzie Casey, vice president and one of the founders of the club.
“It was truly an eye-opener and allowed me to be grateful for what I have,” she said.
The Coyotes That Care, formed last year, became one of 30 clubs on campus and has steadily grown. There are now 36 active members...