GES students send letters to elderly


Students at Greenfield Elementary recently finished a community service project called “Love Letters To The Elderly.” All students in grades 2-5 made Valentine’s Day cards for the residents of local nursing homes that were supposed to be delivered with area Meals on Wheels deliveries. “The children were excited to hopefully bring a smile to the area senior citizens,” the school said. Some of the students are shown with local nursing home staff.


Students at Greenfield Elementary recently finished a community service project called “Love Letters To The Elderly.” All students in grades 2-5 made Valentine’s Day cards for the residents of local nursing homes that were supposed to be delivered with area Meals on Wheels deliveries. “The children were excited to hopefully bring a smile to the area senior citizens,” the school said. Some of the students are shown with local nursing home staff.

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Students at Greenfield Elementary recently finished a community service project called “Love Letters To The Elderly.” All students in grades 2-5 made Valentine’s Day cards for the residents of local nursing homes that were supposed to be delivered with area Meals on Wheels deliveries. “The children were excited to hopefully bring a smile to the area senior citizens,” the school said. Some of the students are shown with local nursing home staff.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/02/web1_GES-pic-2-1.jpgStudents at Greenfield Elementary recently finished a community service project called “Love Letters To The Elderly.” All students in grades 2-5 made Valentine’s Day cards for the residents of local nursing homes that were supposed to be delivered with area Meals on Wheels deliveries. “The children were excited to hopefully bring a smile to the area senior citizens,” the school said. Some of the students are shown with local nursing home staff.

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