Students fill shoeboxes


Continuing a tradition, Cardington-Lincoln first-grade students packed 95 shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. Donations for the boxes were made by parents, community members and teachers and included school supplies, toothbrushes, band aids, combs, toys, soap,washcloths, tissues and coloring books for children in need in all parts of the world. First grade teachers leading this service project are Melissa Deems, Diane Tucker, Kathy Gardner and Donna Kilgore. Students Eli Nippert and Ian Furr with shoe boxes filled with goods for children around the world.

Continuing a tradition, Cardington-Lincoln first-grade students packed 95 shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. Donations for the boxes were made by parents, community members and teachers and included school supplies, toothbrushes, band aids, combs, toys, soap,washcloths, tissues and coloring books for children in need in all parts of the world. First grade teachers leading this service project are Melissa Deems, Diane Tucker, Kathy Gardner and Donna Kilgore. Students Eli Nippert and Ian Furr with shoe boxes filled with goods for children around the world.


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Continuing a tradition, Cardington-Lincoln first-grade students packed 95 shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. Donations for the boxes were made by parents, community members and teachers and included school supplies, toothbrushes, band aids, combs, toys, soap,washcloths, tissues and coloring books for children in need in all parts of the world. First grade teachers leading this service project are Melissa Deems, Diane Tucker, Kathy Gardner and Donna Kilgore. Students Eli Nippert and Ian Furr with shoe boxes filled with goods for children around the world.

Continuing a tradition, Cardington-Lincoln first-grade students packed 95 shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. Donations for the boxes were made by parents, community members and teachers and included school supplies, toothbrushes, band aids, combs, toys, soap,washcloths, tissues and coloring books for children in need in all parts of the world. First grade teachers leading this service project are Melissa Deems, Diane Tucker, Kathy Gardner and Donna Kilgore. Students Eli Nippert and Ian Furr with shoe boxes filled with goods for children around the world.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2018/11/web1_E-3bli-Nippert-and-Ian-Furr.jpgContinuing a tradition, Cardington-Lincoln first-grade students packed 95 shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. Donations for the boxes were made by parents, community members and teachers and included school supplies, toothbrushes, band aids, combs, toys, soap,washcloths, tissues and coloring books for children in need in all parts of the world. First grade teachers leading this service project are Melissa Deems, Diane Tucker, Kathy Gardner and Donna Kilgore. Students Eli Nippert and Ian Furr with shoe boxes filled with goods for children around the world. Courtesy Photo