“Vickery Creek Middle School eighth-grader, Hannah Testa, is your average teenager for the most part. Except, when she’s not at school, playing soccer or hanging out with friends, she’s changing the world, one cause at a time. At age 10, she began raising money for a horse farm in Cumming. The event was so huge it gained national media attention. From there, she was hooked on helping others. Since then, the 14-year-old has fought for issues affecting various animals and the environment. Up next, she will travel to the state Capitol Feb. 15 to join State Senator Michael Williams while the Senate passes a resolution declaring the day Plastic Pollution Awareness Day in Georgia.”
Read the whole article, Local middle school student creates Plastic Pollution Awareness Day, here.
Learn more about Hannah Testa’s project, Plastic Pollution Awareness Day Outreach, here.