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Posted: May 4, 2011 12:00 a.m.

Others Day pays it forward

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Woodlee's Christian Academy students recently celebrated Others Day by performing community service and volunteer activities.

Students took a day out of regular school activities to go and serve in the community. Students served by cleaning a local widow's yard, volunteering at a women's shelter in Conyers, making goodie bags for cancer patients, cleaning forgotten church cemeteries, providing lunch for the Porterdale Police Department and other community service activities.

"The amazing thing about this event is that the work is in the hands of the students, said School Principal Bobby Fleck in a release. "Their little hands make such a huge difference in the lives of the community. They give back selflessly while paying it forward to their community."

Woodlee has held Others Day observances for seven years.
For information on Woodlee's Christian Academy, Others Day, or how you can help to support this mission, see www.woodlees.com or call (770) 788-2770.

 

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