The Ripple Continues


Posted by Shannon on May 07, 2013

May 6, 2013 The groceries have arrived!!

We are ready to start making lunches for the volunteers at the Auburn Bay building site for Habitat for Humanity!  Throughout the week students in grade 1-4 will be putting together lunch baskets for the women participating in the Women’s Build Week.  Our kindergarten students have made amazing thankyou cards to attach to each basket!


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  • Kids Go Global says:

    May 08, 2013 @ 11:58:46

    I bet those builders will think these are the best lunches ever!

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