Seminary Lower School students donate to Children & Youth Services

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Wyoming Seminary Lower School students recently participated in the school’s annual Holiday Gift Giving Community Service Project, benefiting the Luzerne County Children and Youth Social Services. About 220 students in grades 4-8, school faculty and staff purchased more than 220 gifts and donated them to Children and Youth, which distributes the gifts to needy children later in December. This is the 23rd year Lower School students have participated in the gift-giving program. Several members of the school’s sixth-grade class and their homeroom teacher are seen with some of the gifts they collected. Fromleft, first row, are Giuliana Schneiller, Dallas; Olivia Sekel, Harding; Michael Vinsko, Shavertown; Evan Coates, Mifflinville; Woobie Kupsky, Bear Creek Township; Dominic Federici, Swoyersville; Jake Dailey, Clarks Summit; Adrien Hazzouri, West Pittston; and Celeste Perry, Wyoming. Second row, Heidi Sims, homeroom teacher; Lucie Racicky, Mountain Top; Christina Olsen, Mountain Top; Luke Kopec, Kingston; and Caroline Sordoni, Dallas.

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