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Pyjama drive a success for South Surrey students

Rosemary Heights Elementary Grade 2 student Reese Shelly and his “pyjama ambassadors.” - Contributed photo
Rosemary Heights Elementary Grade 2 student Reese Shelly and his “pyjama ambassadors.”
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Rosemary Heights Elementary Grade 2 student Reese Shelly and his “pyjama ambassadors” have tallied the total collected for their annual pyjama drive.

With help from mom, Erin, Reese and his friends – with support from Star of the Sea Elementary and Browns Social House – gathered more than 1,100 pyjamas for the Surrey Christmas Bureau, surpassing their initial goal of 500.

This is the third year the Shelly’s have worked with the community to gather pyjamas for the bureau.

 

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