Advisor: Mrs. Rhonda Carey
Tri-Hi-Y meets on the second Tuesday of each month.
Tri Hi Y-sponsors multiple UP Regional Blood Drives each school year. Thirty five pints of blood were donated at the Blood Drive hosted on November 10, 2022.
December 2021: Members of IMHS’ Tri-Hi-Y Club donated Christmas gifts in conjunction with the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Project . The all-girls community service club supported three families in need this season. The club has participated in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Project for the last several years and plans to continue to support their efforts during the holiday season.
IMHS Tri-Hi-Y's Angel Tree Project
Iron Mountain's Tri-Hi-Y Club recently participated in the Salvation Army's Angel Tree Project. Club members donated gifts and necessities for six children and three local families to help make the holidays bright.
Front (L to R): Erin Hanson, Olivia Berutti, Katelynn Charette, Emily Miziniak
Back (L ro R): Quinlan Bray, Natalie Dykhuis, Sophia Schinderle, Lily VanLoon, Macy McCormick, MaKenna Dabb, Alyssa Charette and Lauren Lesky
IMHS Tri-Hi-Y members are helping to make a little girl's wish come true. Allyson Peterson's story was featured on TV6 News back in February. The Houghton youngster's wish is to have 1000 cards for her birthday on April 28th. Tri-Hi-Y members sent over 200 cards to add to her collection. More information about her wish may be found on the TV 6 News Website or their Facebook group page.
Picture L to R (back row); Claire Czernek, Olivia Berutti, Katelyn Charette, Erin Hanson, Regan Lundholm, Karen Larsen, Natalie Dykhuis
Front row (L to R): Lily VanLoon, Sophia Schinderle, Lauren Lesky, Makenna Dabb, Macy McCormick
Iron Mountain High School Tri-Hi-Y members are shown here with their donations for the Caring House. Club members used their 50/50 raffle proceeds from a basketball game this winter, along with other cash donations, to provide a $175 check to the organization. They also collected supplies and items that were on the Caring House "Needs List".
Our club members are proud to support the needs of various local organizations in our community.
Back Row (L to R): Mia Khor, Lauren Lesky, Makenna Dabb, Natalie Dykhuis, Karen Larsen, Brianna Petrick
Front Row (L to R): Sophia Schinderle, Miranda Julien, Olivia Berutti, Claire Cznerek, Nisa Wommack, Lily VanLoon, Katelyn Charette, Paige Fortner, Regan Lundholm
Not pictured: Grace Hansen
Clothes Closet is now reopened to students
Iron Mountain High School’s Tri-Hi-Y Club would like to announce to the Iron Mountain Central Middle & High School student body that the Clothes Closet is now open for students in need to use. There is a variety of clothing available including jeans, dress clothes, shirts, sweaters, jackets, hats, mittens and shoes for both guys and girls. School supplies are also available to those in need. Many students in both the Middle and High School have taken advantage of this service, so please do not be shy to use the Closet if you are in need. The Closet currently accepting school supply donations only. Donations can be dropped off to the IMHS Guidance Office M-F from 7:30-3:30. Receipts are available for tax deduction purposes. Tri-Hi-Y members are proud of what they have accomplished to reopen the Clothes Closet in a brand new space after the renovations last summer. For questions about the Clothes Closet, or to use the closet, please contact Rhonda Carey, Tri-Hi-Y Advisor, or Bonnie Greenleaf, Guidance Secretary, at 779-2610. Thank you for all the support!
Iron Mountain High School's Tri-Hi-Y held a UP Regional Blood Center Blood Drive for students and staff. A big thank you goes to all who participated!