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3rd Graders Summer of Service

August 14, 2017
By Nashville Christian School

Over the summer, rising third graders were tasked with performing a service project and sharing what they did with their new classmates. Here are their personal summaries of what they did to serve.

Avery:  I helped my Mimi water the plants. I pick up trash when I see it. I give school supplies to people.

Brody:  I donated money to the poor.

Matthew:  I took care of Pudin because she doesn't have a friend. (Pudin is his guinea pig.)

Maddie:  I took cookies to my local firemen.

Jace:  I planted to help my neighbor.

Ellie:  I helped my community by giving sandwiches to the homeless.

Ashton:  I helped animals find homes. I also helped people put food in their cars.

Caitlin:  I made blankets for homeless people.

Isy:  I went to Vanderbilt Children's Hospital to take toys I bought with my kindness dollars.

Trinity:  I made blankets for cats and dogs in need.

Sydnie:  I am going to the Humane Society to help.

Austin:  I helped my grandad plant cucumbers.

Baker:  I helped a homeless veteran by giving him a survival kit.

Bolton:  We moved this summer and I helped my mom and dad unload boxes.

Joseph:  I helped people that need food by collecting 61 cans of beans for the Food Bank.

Elijah:  I helped baby animals that were hurt.

Allie:  I want to help animals and poor people.

Olive:  I helped my neighbor pick her cucumbers, tomatoes, and peppers.

AJ:  I helped my grandmother by painting and moving her into a new home.

Isaiah:  I gave money to the poor.