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South students have lots of love to go around

February 14, 2013

Student council members at South St. Marys Street Elementary School wanted to share the love this Valentine's Day. SSMSES teacher Mr. Michael Anderson set the goal of making 1,000 Valentines to give to elderly residents in the community. The students put their hearts into this project, and Mr. Anderson, student council members and a few volunteers helped deliver the Valentines after school on Thursday. Shown above are Mr. Anderson and members of the SSMSES Student Council. Photo submitted.
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Student council members at South St. Marys Street Elementary School wanted to share the love this Valentine's Day. SSMSES teacher Mr. Michael Anderson set the goal of making 1,000 Valentines to give to elderly residents in the community. The students put their hearts into this project, and Mr. Anderson, student council members and a few volunteers helped deliver the Valentines after school on Thursday.
Shown above are Mr. Anderson and members of the SSMSES Student Council.

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