“They were really glad to get those things and it just really made me feel good,” he said. “The toiletry shelf was so low that people could only pick out one item. After stocking it, one lady told me it was the fullest she had ever seen the shelf since she started working at Center of Hope.”
With the success of the drive, Enos hopes to make the event a regular thing, and plans on hosting another drive the week after Spring Break.
“We helped, but ultimately, he took the reins and made the phone calls and was really persistent in some areas,” FCCLA advisor and family and consumer sciences teacher Kathy Sears said. “Sometimes, if you’re a teenager, some adults don’t really take you seriously, but he did a great job and I was really proud of him.”