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Photo submitted As part of the 11 for 11 Campaign at Delta High School, the boys' basketball team surprised Delta Police officers with doughnuts.

What would our world look like if every person, did one nice thing for someone else every day for 11 days? To find out, the Delta High School student council and ambassador team designated November part of the school's "I Care Campaign." They challenged DHS students to do 11 nice things at least once a day between Nov. 13 and 30 (11 school days).

Counselor Shawna Magtutu listed the good things that took place during the 11 for 11 campaign:

Nov. 10 -- National Honor Society delivered homemade cards and visited with Willow Tree residents.

Nov. 10 -- Health Occupation Student Association (HOSA) delivered personal thank you cards to staff at Delta County Memorial Hospital.

Nov. 11 -- JROTC posted Veterans Day flags and visited with local veterans.

Nov. 13 -- Key Club greeted students with Hershey kisses.

Nov. 14 -- A blood drive, open to the public, was organized. Over 80 donors showed up.

Nov. 15 -- Ambassadors personally delivered carnations and a note to DCMH staff.

Nov. 15 -- Ambassadors delivered goody bags to DHS bus drivers.

Nov. 17 -- Speech and debate gave treats and a Panther welcome to students arriving for the day.

Nov. 16 -- The girls' basketball team delivered homemade appreciation cards and themed candy to Lincoln and Garnet Mesa Elementary School teachers.

Nov. 20 -- The boys' basketball team delivered doughnuts and a signed thank you poster to Delta Police Department officers.

Nov. 27 -- Student council officers shared pizza, games and cheers with the student leadership at Delta Middle School.

Nov. 28 -- Band members delivered a signed poster of appreciation, flowers and gifts to Doghouse staff.

Nov. 28 -- LULAC members filled Christmas stockings with sweet treats for the counseling office staff.

Nov. 30 -- The Visual Arts Club painted holiday window decorations as part of a school beautification project.

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