December 18, 2003
Valdosta - It's never too early to learn about the spirit of Christmas and the joy of giving. The Pre Kindergarten class at Valwood school in Valdosta learned about others who were less fortunate then they were. They decided to raise money and buy Christmas gifts for the children at New Horizons Homeless Shelter.
"We talked about how some families might not have both parents and the parents might not have jobs and their children were not going to have a lot at Christmas. So we helped them out," said Becky Hahn. Pre Kindergarten teacher at Valwood.
"It always makes me feel good to help somebody else in need," said Samantha Yarbrough Pre Kindergarten student.
Posted at 3:45 by Armen Jeknavorian
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