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Gifts to Give55 viewsOn January 16, local high school students collected donations for Gifts to Give, a student-powered community organization that services families in need. Gifts To Give encourages Southcoast students to volunteer for their community. Students help organize collection drives or can work a "shift" at the New Bedford processing warehouse. For more information visit GiftstoGive.org. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Gifts to Give79 viewsOn January 16, local high school students collected donations for Gifts to Give, a student-powered community organization that services families in need. Gifts To Give encourages Southcoast students to volunteer for their community. Students help organize collection drives or can work a "shift" at the New Bedford processing warehouse. For more information visit GiftstoGive.org. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Giving Tree94 viewsMembers of Jane Tougas’ Grade 8 Enrichment class created the Giving Tree, which stood at the entrance of Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. Donated socks adorned the Christmas tree before being sent off to an area charity to benefit those in need on December 18, 2009. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Giving Tree56 viewsMembers of Jane Tougas’ Grade 8 Enrichment class created the Giving Tree, which stood at the entrance of Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. Donated socks adorned the Christmas tree before being sent off to an area charity to benefit those in need on December 18, 2009. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Giving Tree69 viewsMembers of Jane Tougas’ Grade 8 Enrichment class created the Giving Tree, which stood at the entrance of Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. Donated socks adorned the Christmas tree before being sent off to an area charity to benefit those in need on December 18, 2009. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Giving Tree66 viewsMembers of Jane Tougas’ Grade 8 Enrichment class created the Giving Tree, which stood at the entrance of Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. Donated socks adorned the Christmas tree before being sent off to an area charity to benefit those in need on December 18, 2009. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Giving Tree62 viewsMembers of Jane Tougas’ Grade 8 Enrichment class created the Giving Tree, which stood at the entrance of Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. Donated socks adorned the Christmas tree before being sent off to an area charity to benefit those in need on December 18, 2009. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Socks for the Needy94 viewsCarly Pellissier, left, and Katie Zartman, right, pose with a poster that they made to promote the Socks for the Needy program at Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. The school collected new socks to send to Turning Point, a non-profit agency that helps area residents in need. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Peace Board58 viewsThe Old Rochester Regional Junior High School Enrichment students created the Peace Board to promote goodwill during the holiday season, and the board depicts the word “peace” in 26 different world languages. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Peace Board67 viewsOlivia Lanagan, left, and Tori Saltmarsh, right, stand in front of their Peace Board. The Old Rochester Regional Junior High School Enrichment students created the Peace Board to promote goodwill during the holiday season, and the board depicts the word “peace” in 26 different world languages. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Wall of Celebration57 viewsLeft to right: Nick Bergstein, Casey MacKenzie, Andrew Dessert, and Seth Richard proudly display their “Wall of Celebration” at the Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. The wall shows all the different December holiday celebrations from around the world. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Heifer International53 viewsWith the help of a grant, Marion children read their way to a donation for Heifer International last summer, and plan on reading for livestock again this summer. The summer reading program purchased two goats, a llama, a flock of chickens and more, for families in developing countries. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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