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Students Bring Holiday Cheer to Soup Kitchen

Posted by on Jan 2nd, 2014 and filed under Youth. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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This holiday season, Crescenta Valley Adventist School’s third through sixth graders took their giving to the streets, providing gifts and song to the men and women at the Eagle Rock SDA Church soup kitchen. The children passed out gifts of toiletries, receiving “oohhs!” and “aahhs!” from those in attendance.      While talking with the men and women who had fallen on hard times, some tearfully explained how they had never received such a loving and thoughtful gift as they did this evening. As the students sang Christmas carols, a warm meal was served.

Submitted by Wendy DILULLO NEWMYER

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1 Response for “Students Bring Holiday Cheer to Soup Kitchen”

  1. Michael Powers says:

    This is an experience children will never forget, it will become a Thanksgiing/Christmas tradition for some, and give the Holidays a different perspective than the Santa Clause-shopping-mall-presents-are-all-that-matter Xmas.

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