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To celebrate the start of the new school year, we would like to acknowledge &...
To celebrate the start of the new school year, we would like to acknowledge & recognize the fundraising efforts of some local students from Susanna Moodie Elementary School, which occurred during the last school term.
Last year, grade 7/8 students from the Susanna Moodie Destinations Programme, decided to support the Belleville General Hospital Foundation through various student-led Passion Projects with the support of their teachers, Angela Hayes and Amber Foster. Some students started businesses that designed, made, marketed and sold items such as dog tags, horse charms, key chains and jewelry, while other students focused on the food industry selling items, such as protein/peanut free cookies.
Through their dedication and hard work, these young Community Heroes raised a combined $600, which they were excited to donate to the Belleville General Hospital Foundation just before the beginning of summer break.
Here are some photos of the kind and charitable students that were shared with us, and pictures of the products they made and sold for fundraising purposes.
Brynlie B., Grade 8
Business: Charmingly, sold hand stamped metal dog tags, horse charms, jewelry, key chains and more.
Paige C. and Hannah N., Grade 7
Business: Handmade Jewelry.
Tori L. and Claire R., Grade 8
Business: Bag It Up Protein – Protein Cookies that are peanut free.
Jordyn C., Jasmine F. and Sophia E., Grade 7 and 8
Business: JSJ Handmade Jewelry.
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