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Snowflakes for Sandy Hook

December 23, 2012

Students at Northwest Elementary School are seen this week making snowflakes for the students of Sandy Hook Elementary School. (Photo provided)

    In an effort to ease some of the apprehension of returning to school, the Connecticut Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) is spearheading a nationwide snowflake campaign for the students of Sandy Hook Elementary School.
    The goal is to hang individual paper snowflakes throughout their temporary school location as a surprise for the children when they reconvene in January, according to a news release.
    The North Adams Parent-Teacher Organization has teamed up with Cornerstone Community Church and local businesses to make snowflakes for the children from 3-7 p.m. on Thursday, December 27, at Cornerstone Community Church.
    This event is open to the public and all who would like to participate are encouraged to come. All supplies will be provided and snacks will be served, the announcement said.
    For more information, contact Kristie Morehouse, (765) 730-0612; Jaime Stetler, (260) 450-0213, or Amy Bieberich, (260) 517-3452.

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