Students in Pa. participate in Martin Luther King Day of Service

01/20/2013 | Montgomery News (Fort Washington, Pa.)

Students from Bridle Path Elementary School in Pennsylvania participated last week in a project aimed at recognizing the Martin Luther King Day of Service. The students collected donations of snacks and treats and placed them in bags they decorated, and then helped deliver them to a local center for residents with physical and emotional disabilities. "The kids really love it," said Jenna Caccese, a parent and member of the home and school association. "They get to see the people who benefit from what they've done."

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Montgomery News (Fort Washington, Pa.)

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