Filling backpacks to give back
OKLAHOMA CITY – We couldn’t believe our eyes.
School children, one after another, being pulled out of the rubble.
Wednesday, students and parents from schools not directly impacted by the tornado spent the day at St. Andrew’s Church filling backpacks for kids who lost all their belongings in the tornado.
Parents are using the tragedy to teach their kids an invaluable less, the power of giving back.
Students of Briarwood Elementary are asked to go to Wayland Bonds Elementary and students of Plaza Towers Elementary School are asked to go to Eastlake Elementary School from 10 to noon tomorrow.
Highland East Junior High students are asked to come to Moore High School on Friday, May 24, to the commons area any time between 10 a.m. and noon.
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