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First graders write letters, hold collection drive for veterans

They collected pens, puzzle books, personal care items and candy.

eight first grade students stand behind a table filled with donated items such as pens, candy, puzzle books and personal care items
From the left are first graders Kyle Christman, Kinsley Page, KataLenah Clapper, Eric Williams, Tyrone Burnside, Isley Ruszkowski, Quinn Hisert and Oliver Parkinson

First graders and their teachers Kyra Gallup, Caitlin Baker and Ashley Bargstedt recently completed a service project in honor of Veterans Day. The children wrote letters to service men and women, both retired and active duty, through Operation Gratitude. They also held a small collection drive to collect items for the care packages that Operation Gratitude sends overseas. 

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