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Service clubs unite for Project Night Night

Morgan Haskin, Reporter

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The Interact Club and The World Language Club are teaming up to do Project Night Night. To help you could bring in new blankets, stuffed animals, books, and pajamas. Drop off your donations at the front office or the gym. The last day is December 18th. If you need an extra credit slip please see Ms. Daniels or Mrs. O’Donnell. Also PE/PHYS ED is collecting donations for Project Night Night and Toys for Tots.

Project Night Night got started when a family that traveled a lot with their son realized that it was hard on their son to be away from home. The only thing that kept him happy was his blanket, stuffed monkey, and the 1001st reading of Goodnight Moon. In each Night Night Package there is a book, a blanket, and a stuffed animal, all in a special tote bag. Each bag is designed to be age appropriate, up to pre-teen boys and  girls. 25,000 Night Night packages are donated each year and 10,000 volunteers each year donate their time and efforts to assist Project Night Night.

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