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The visits are now part of the school’s Community Program, where students choose an activity to help out different community groups and do a worthwhile activity.
Even though this visits from this group of students has wrapped up, Mr Russack said he hoped they would continue next semester with a new group of students.
As it was the final visit for these students, a number made farewell and thank-you cards for their new senior friends.
Aiyesha Fletcher, 11, with her farewell card to her new senior friend Mary Bergus, 95, whom she chatted with about a dozen times over the past semester, together with Mary’s husband Alfred. the later years” with a hand-drawn illustration, while inside Aiyesha had written: “Dear Mary, We had such a good time together and you had the most amazing stories to tell.
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