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BSS Students Fill Easter Baskets for Safe Shelter

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Marshmallow chicks, chocolate bunnies, and candy eggs.
It's time for Easter.
And 5th graders at Blessed Sacrament School sure do have big hearts. 
Today they showed how thankful they are by dedicating handmade baskets of love to children at Savannah's Safe Shelter. 
These students know the meaning of giving and they hope to make kids at the shelter happy.
"We're carrying out Jesus' mission so that other people that are less fortunate than us can have a good Easter," says Anna Grace Douberly.
"I'm elated that these kids know the meaning of giving and also the children at the shelter will be excited to know that theres other people who really care about them their peers," says Safe Shelter Advocate Venicia Richardson
Mrs. Sheahan and Mr. Turbiville's students also filled the baskets with pencils, bubbles, and cards.

 

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