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Royle's Kids Care helps neighbors in need

Published 12:09 pm, Tuesday, April 1, 2014
  • MaryJo Dyer, Amy Smith, the Kids Care Committee and the Student Council at Royle School in Darien coordinated 100 household items and 100 food items for the 100 Days of School Drive. With the help of the community, the school collected 340 household items and more than 200 food items to help neighbors in need. The Student Council and Kids Care Club joined forces to help Darien Human Services with its urgent need for common household goods as well as stocking the food pantry at Person-to-Person. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed / Darien News
    MaryJo Dyer, Amy Smith, the Kids Care Committee and the Student Council at Royle School in Darien coordinated 100 household items and 100 food items for the 100 Days of School Drive. With the help of the community, the school collected 340 household items and more than 200 food items to help neighbors in need. The Student Council and Kids Care Club joined forces to help Darien Human Services with its urgent need for common household goods as well as stocking the food pantry at Person-to-Person. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed

 

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MaryJo Dyer, Amy Smith, the Kids Care Committee and the Student Council at Royle School in Darien coordinated 100 household items and 100 food items for the 100 Days of School Drive. With the help of the community, the school collected 340 household items and more than 200 food items to help neighbors in need. The Student Council and Kids Care Club joined forces to help Darien Human Services with its urgent need for common household goods as well as stocking the food pantry at Person-to-Person.