2013-02-07 / Top News

Zeeland students help out



On Mon., Jan. 28, Zeeland Elementary School students entertained the Strasburg Care Center residents by providing a fun musical program and making Valentine pouches with the residents to place Valentine cards they receive for Valentine’s Day. It was also National Puzzle Day, and the students played puzzles and games with the residents after the program. Residents, left to right, Kathryn Klein, Perry Masset and Minnie Geigle are playing cards while getting help from second grader Lenora Wolf and fourth grader Jacob Ebel in creating Valentine pouches. On Mon., Jan. 28, Zeeland Elementary School students entertained the Strasburg Care Center residents by providing a fun musical program and making Valentine pouches with the residents to place Valentine cards they receive for Valentine’s Day. It was also National Puzzle Day, and the students played puzzles and games with the residents after the program. Residents, left to right, Kathryn Klein, Perry Masset and Minnie Geigle are playing cards while getting help from second grader Lenora Wolf and fourth grader Jacob Ebel in creating Valentine pouches.

Strasburg Care Center resident Irene Will is having fun with Zeeland Elementary School second grader Jeannie Keller connecting the pieces to a puzzle. Strasburg Care Center resident Irene Will is having fun with Zeeland Elementary School second grader Jeannie Keller connecting the pieces to a puzzle.

Zeeland Elementary School second grade student Sawyer Haak helps put together a puzzle with Strasburg Care Center resident Albert Kraft. It was National Puzzle Day on Jan. 28. Zeeland Elementary School second grade student Sawyer Haak helps put together a puzzle with Strasburg Care Center resident Albert Kraft. It was National Puzzle Day on Jan. 28.

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