Lynchburg-Clay students help homeless shelter


Students at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School recently held a paper goods drive for the Highland County Homeless Shelter. The class room that brought in the most supplies won a pizza party and the award went to Mrs. Shreve’s third grade students, who brought in over 200 items for the shelter. The class is pictured in this photograph.


Students at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School recently held a paper goods drive for the Highland County Homeless Shelter. The class room that brought in the most supplies won a pizza party and the award went to Mrs. Shreve’s third grade students, who brought in over 200 items for the shelter. The class is pictured in this photograph.

Students at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School recently held a paper goods drive for the Highland County Homeless Shelter. The class room that brought in the most supplies won a pizza party and the award went to Mrs. Shreve’s third grade students, who brought in over 200 items for the shelter. The class is pictured in this photograph.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Shelter-Help-pic.jpgStudents at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School recently held a paper goods drive for the Highland County Homeless Shelter. The class room that brought in the most supplies won a pizza party and the award went to Mrs. Shreve’s third grade students, who brought in over 200 items for the shelter. The class is pictured in this photograph.
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