Branching out with help in Rayleigh

The Rayleigh elementary community worked together to collect donated goods, which helped create three Christmas hampers to be given to needy families in the neighbourhood.

By choosing a paper tree ornament with an item marked on it, community members were able to help the school help others during the holidays.

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From left: Students Shanelle O’Regan (Grade 3), Sierra Everett (Grade 2), Taylor Andersen (Grade 6) and Jackson Sutherland (Grade 2) and acting principal Tiffany Hawkins gather the hampers around the Christmas tree on Wednesday.

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