Christmas comes to Louisa County


Ashlynn Harding

A poster in the LCHS hallways to promote the upcoming toy drive.

Ashlynn Harding, Chief Copy Editor, News Editor, and Social Media Manager

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and with the holidays coming up, it means it’s time to give back to the community. 

  One way to spread holiday cheer is to donate new gifts to the holiday toy drive to James Stickley at room 138. Stickley and the DECA organization’s goal is to help local children through the Resource council. 

  Due to the pandemic, the toys’ requirements have changed and the council is only accepting new toys, books, and stuffed animals for ages 5-14.

  The high school toy drive has been around for only about 5 years at Louisa, but Stickley has been involved for 16 years, dedicating his time to many different places around the county and surrounding areas.  

  This year’s holiday toy drive has already started and will be ending on December 15th. There is still time to bring holiday spirit to the local children in the county.