Noah Vernick, Justin Sorra, and Andy Loftus started the Quince Orchard Project club at Quince Orchard High School after hearing Jason Green speak at the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony in May 2014 about the history of the Quince Orchard community and each of our responsibility to shape our respective communities.

Realizing they didn’t feel the greatest sense of community outside of their high school, these three students started meeting weekly to learn more of the history and to discover ways in which they could bridge the divide between Quince Orchard the high school and Quince Orchard the broader community.

Eventually they launched the Quince Orchard Project Club based at QOHS focused on building community through mentoring relationships with feeder middle schools, conducting programming inside Quince Orchard that speaks to broader audiences, and working with the Pleasant View Historic Site to provide continued support to the entities contained therein – the Pleasant View Methodist Church, the former Quince Orchard Colored School and the Pleasant View Cemetery.

These young people are living out the Doers Do motto of Quince Orchard and demonstrating that age is no indication on the impact you can have on your community.