Forgoing Christmas gifts to one another, Westside Elementary fourth graders decided to give to others in greater need.
The 60 students collected items for the Food Pantry and the Flora Shropshire Animal Shelter.
On a school bus early Monday, Dec. 15, they rode to the two locations to personally hand in their Christmas gifts.
“They were excited about coming,” said Food Pantry volunteer, Marilyn Wash. “Each child came in with a sack or can of food.”
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