-- Croton-Harmon students recently went beyond the usual Veterans Day remembrances and thanked servicemen and women with personal notes and letters, school officials said.Fourth-graders at the Carrie E.
Join Festival of Children, Team Kids, and South Coast plaza in setting the world record of sending the most letters to our troops and military families in one day! Young people of all ages are invited to come thank veterans and active service members and learn about what Team Kids is doing to make a difference in Orange County every day: http://www.gysd.org/set_the_record_send_some_love
Day School Children Enjoy “Operation Gratitude”: Students in Mrs. Knowlton and Mrs. Smith pre-k 4 class collected then donated nearly 30 pounds of their hard-earned Halloween candy to deployed soldiers with the help of the Operation Gratitude Halloween Candy Program. The class made care packages that included candy, a class thank you letter to the troops for their dedication and bravery and pictures and drawings made by the kids.
Murchison students send care packages to troops (Photo KEYE-TV)
Cameron Payne, of Napa, left, writes a letter for someone serving in the military at the Operation Gratitude booth in Chardonnay Hall at the Napa Town & Country Fair, along with his mother Kim Payne. (Photo credit: J.
Global Youth Service Day -- April THANK YOU to Team Kids, Inc., the Festival of Children Foundation, South Coast Plaza & all who came out to write letters to the troops for Operation Gratitude care packages!