The fourth grade students from SS. Simon and Jude School, West Chester, participated in their annual service project after Easter. The students donated their own candy, and with the coordination of their teachers, Susan Mobile and Sara Van Alstyne, they made over 100 Easter baskets and cards that were delivered to the West Chester Senior Center for the seniors’ Easter lunch party.
This is the 22nd year that the school’s fourth grade students participated in the service project.
The members of the West Chester Senior Center, located at 530 E. Union Street in West Chester, are active adults over the age of 65 who enjoy conversation, computer classes, foreign language and book clubs.
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