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Peaslee School collects socks and PJs

Third graders from Northborough’s Peaslee Elementary School with the items they collected for charity.

Third graders from Northborough’s Peaslee Elementary School with the items they collected for charity.

Northborough – Peaslee Elementary School third graders recently led a community service project to benefit Cradles to Crayons, a charity that provides essential items to children, from birth to age 12, living in low-income and homeless situations. Third-grade teachers Ariella Greenspan, Melissa Farrell, and Peggy Marshall were thrilled with the response. Families and staff donated a total of 411 pairs of socks and 44 pajama sets.

Photo/Ariella Greenspan.

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