Five Southampton Middle School eighth-graders and their friends spent Saturday morning at the hospital, putting together chemo kits for cancer patients.
The five boys founded Volun-Teen, a group dedicated to “growing up by giving back,” in November.
Among the founders was Andrew “Drew” Bailey Evans, who was recently presented with a Student Achievement Award by the Bel Air town commissioners.
His co-founders are Hayden Hicho, Kyle Wilson, Jayson Polesovsky and Ryan Skandalis.
“It’s for a good cause,” Kyle said. “Instead of playing video games, we can do this.”
This was making 125 chemo kits on Saturday morning at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center’s Kaufman...