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 a group of students in grades 4-6 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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