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Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?”

posted Jan 25, 2013, 11:09 AM by Unknown user
Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?” 

- Martin Luther King, Jr.

On Wednesday we had  our annual Peace, Love & Community all-school meeting to celebrate Martin   Luther King, Jr. Students performed readings, sang songs, and watched footage from the March on  Washington and of King giving his famous I have a dream  speech. In honor of King’s commitment to peace and dedication to serving our country the students have taken on two projects.

 

First, students will try to write a “random note of kindness” to every household in Leicester over the next few weeks! They have already mailed about 55. Please consider donating postcard stamps to this project! They are only 32¢ but can add up!

 

Second, the Brandon Food Shelf called us hoping we would do a food drive. We agreed. Students set a goal of two bags of groceries per classroom. Ms. Grodin has sweetened the deal saying if students fill 10 bags, she will dye her hair Legend blue!

 

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