Students knit scarves for people in needby TheSpecTV | 12 months ago | 935 page views
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Grade 7 and 8 students at St. Columba Catholic Elementary School are helping to spread joy — and warmth — this winter.
With donated wool and knitting needles, 23 students spent time in class and at home crafting scarves for Hamilton Out of the Cold — a program that responds to poverty in Hamilton. Even though the scarves meant extra homework for the students, they didn’t mind.
“I really want to give more because they have nothing,” said Joana Flores, 13.
Griffin Corbett, 12, was happy to give the scarves to people who need them. “I have lots of stuff — I have a warm bed to sleep in — but they don’t,” he said.
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