The Clothing classes offered in the first and second semesters at Lexington High School use skills learned to give back to their community. Each student is required to make a 14″X 14″ – twenty-one piece quilt block from fabrics used throughout the year. The large squares are then sewn together, quilted and bound. Depending on the number of students one or two quilts are made. Students then give the quilts to the high school Administration who then give them to students or families who are in need. Shout out to Aracely Miguel-Andres, junior at LHS who used her talents to do most of the work stitching the quilts together and binding them. Pictured are members of both classes with the community quilts.