Clinton elementary students hold drive for homeless shelter

Front row, from left to right, Kaylie Smith, Kylie Delile, Natily Reid, Kaulen Liberty and Jenna Furchak. Back, Layla Gagnon, Alyssa Carter, Colton Carter, Candace Day, Tanya of the Mid-Maine Homeless shelter and Oliver Lang. Contributed photo

The Clinton Elementary School Student Council recently led a school-wide drive for warm winter hats, scarves and mittens and/or money for the Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter. Their “Hats for the Homeless” drive netted $181 and approximately 150 warm winter items.

 
 

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