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Thanks to All Kid’s Dental for toothbrushes
Wamsley Elementary students, Aaliyha Truillo, Alize Hay, Jamie Fernandez, Johnny Ramirez, Malaki Moore, and Jaden Ford, along with health clerk, Ms. Tiff would like to thank Tiffany Winn and All Kid’s Dental.
Wamsley Elementary School is truly grateful to All Kid’s Dental for donating toothbrushes to all of the students at our school for our Halloween festivities.
With your help, each of our students had the opportunity to brush away Halloween candy and prevent cavities. It has been a pleasure working with All Kid’s Dental throughout the years. Tiffany Winn and All Kid’s Dental do an amazing job, helping to teach our students about the importance of oral health each year.
Thank you for always thinking of Wamsely Elementary School, and taking your time to partner with us each year!
Wamsely Elementary School health clerk
And the food comes rolling in
On behalf of the New Castle Cub Scouts Pack 221, and the Boy Scouts Troop 221, we would like to thank our awesome community of 1,800 households for donating almost 3.5 pounds per household to our Scouting for Food Drive.
It looks like our local LIFT-UP will once again receive more than 6,000 pounds of food. Obviously, not everyone is able to contribute, but those that did are real heroes.
Additionally we would like to thank all the scouts, their siblings, friends, parents, and friends of the scouts, for all of their efforts to make this one day drive possible.
If you have a boy that is in the first grade or older, and you would like more information about Scouting, please contact John Harcourt, The New Castle Cub Scouts, Pack 221 at 970-984-0288.
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