Kamloops Christian's Kindness Parade spreads a thoughtful message

The kids visited several business along Tranquille Road in North Kamloops and enjoyed waving and cheering at passing vehicles.

Grade 1 and Grade 2 students at Kamloops Christian School participated in Pink Shirt Day on Wednesday (Feb. 24) via a kindness parade, with the theme being “spreading kindness."

The kids visited several business along Tranquille Road in North Kamloops and enjoyed waving and cheering at passing vehicles.

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Subway donated two-dozen cookies and several businesses displayed signs.

“It is said kindness causes a ripple effect,” teacher Ms. B noted. “And these kids made waves.”

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