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Children of the American Revolution members make health kits

  • The Hannah Dustin Society Children of the American Revolution assembled health kits to send to Church World Services at their April 19 meeting at the home of senior president Roxana Smith in Warner. The kits are sent all over the world where there is a need of small items necessary to make a difference in the lives of refugees, displaced people and victims of natural disasters. The members also enjoyed making ice cream sundaes. Samantha and Lydia Monroe and Sophia and Madison Snaith are all smiles with their ice cream sundaes.

    The Hannah Dustin Society Children of the American Revolution assembled health kits to send to Church World Services at their April 19 meeting at the home of senior president Roxana Smith in Warner. The kits are sent all over the world where there is a need of small items necessary to make a difference in the lives of refugees, displaced people and victims of natural disasters. The members also enjoyed making ice cream sundaes. Samantha and Lydia Monroe and Sophia and Madison Snaith are all smiles with their ice cream sundaes.

  • The Hannah Dustin Society Children of the American Revolution assembled health kits to send to Church World Services at their April 19 meeting at the home of senior president Roxana Smith in Warner. The kits are sent all over the world where there is a need of small items necessary to make a difference in the lives of refugees, displaced people and victims of natural disasters. The members also enjoyed making ice cream sundaes. Madison and Sophia Snaith of New London and Lydia and Samantha Monroe of Warner show off the health kits they made.

    The Hannah Dustin Society Children of the American Revolution assembled health kits to send to Church World Services at their April 19 meeting at the home of senior president Roxana Smith in Warner. The kits are sent all over the world where there is a need of small items necessary to make a difference in the lives of refugees, displaced people and victims of natural disasters. The members also enjoyed making ice cream sundaes. Madison and Sophia Snaith of New London and Lydia and Samantha Monroe of Warner show off the health kits they made.

  • The Hannah Dustin Society Children of the American Revolution assembled health kits to send to Church World Services at their April 19 meeting at the home of senior president Roxana Smith in Warner. The kits are sent all over the world where there is a need of small items necessary to make a difference in the lives of refugees, displaced people and victims of natural disasters. The members also enjoyed making ice cream sundaes. Samantha and Lydia Monroe and Sophia and Madison Snaith are all smiles with their ice cream sundaes.
  • The Hannah Dustin Society Children of the American Revolution assembled health kits to send to Church World Services at their April 19 meeting at the home of senior president Roxana Smith in Warner. The kits are sent all over the world where there is a need of small items necessary to make a difference in the lives of refugees, displaced people and victims of natural disasters. The members also enjoyed making ice cream sundaes. Madison and Sophia Snaith of New London and Lydia and Samantha Monroe of Warner show off the health kits they made.
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