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Tracking service hours

Want a creative way to show your club members the impact they’re making in their school and community? Try making a paper chain! Use the links in a paper chain to represent the club’s total hours of service. 

To make a paper chain, simply cut colored paper lengthwise into two-inch strips. When your club finishes a service project, have each member who participated write the date and a description of the service project on one of the strips of paper. (The chain will have one loop for each hour of service completed by that member.) Then, paste, tape or staple the ends of the strip together to form a loop. Attach the loops together to make a chain. 

Continue attaching loops to the chain as service projects are completed. Hang the chain in your club meeting room. At the end of the year, your club can read through the chain and remember all of their great service projects!
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