EARLINGTON, Ky. (12/2/13) — The Earlington Elementary School Academic Team assembled 20 boxes to donate to Operation Christmas Child.

As part of the service project, the students collected toys, school supplies, hygiene items and accessories, and then assembled the boxes. The boxes will be sent to children in need all over the world. "We are proud of the EES Academic Team for thinking of others during this holiday season," said coach Melissa Lutz.

 

op christ1 500Earlington Elementary students Faithlyn Walls, from left, Mary Kate Dorris and Kaleb Gamble put together items donated for Operation Christmas Child. The school's academic team assembled 20 boxes for the service project.

op christ2 500Earlington Elementary students Jerilyn Dorris, from left, Hilary Curneal and Jonna Clayton put together items donated for Operation Christmas Child. The school's academic team assembled 20 boxes for the service project.

op christ3 500Earlington Elementary School Academic Team members include, 1st row from left, Kaleb Gamble, Caleb White, Jonna Clayton, Mary Kate Dorris, September Stewart, and Mary Dorris; 2nd row from left, Alexis Spurlin, Jaden Campbell, Hilary Curneal, Wesley Morris, Da'Vyon Vanburen, and Trevor Weldon; 3rd row from left, Raven Miller, Destiny Blair, Faithlyn Walls, Jerilyn Dorris, Shaley Menser, and Faith Young.SurfKY News
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Posted on 2/2/14

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