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Students give back to Surrey Memorial Hospital

Three Walnut Road Elementary students gave back to their community by organizing a fundraiser benefitting Surrey Memorial Hospital. - Contributed photo
Three Walnut Road Elementary students gave back to their community by organizing a fundraiser benefitting Surrey Memorial Hospital.
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Three Walnut Road Elementary students gave back to their community by organizing a fundraiser benefiting Surrey Memorial Hospital’s pediatric emergency department.

The Grade 5 students presented a cheque for $653.13 to the hospital at a school assembly on Feb. 11.

The three students – Sonia, Rachel and Jasmine (the parents requested their last names not be printed) – organized a community screening of Despicable Me 2 on Jan. 24, bringing in more than 300 people.

“We are very touched and are thankful for what the girls did,” Surrey Memorial’s Yolanda Bouwman said in a news release.

 

 

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