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Posted: Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Students visited the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank to deliver dry goods that have been collected during the past weeks. The students also made placemats for the soup kitchen.

The ninth annual Christmas angel program will begin Dec. 1. Money earned by students is donated toward the purchase of Christmas gifts for needy children.

Students have begun practice for a Christmas program to be presented to the Kenai senior citizens in December.

Congratulations to kindergartner Kayla McVeigh, first-grader Taylor Krueger and second-grader Andi Reilly. These students have done a terrific job this week.



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