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Local Teens, Seniors and Community Members Send Snowflakes to Sandy Hook Elementary

Check out how members of the Carlsbad non-profit, A Bridge For Friends, and residents of Belmont Village are helping the children and staff of Sandy Hook Elementary School!

Check out how members of the Carlsbad non-profit, A Bridge For Friends, and residents of Belmont Village are helping the children and staff of Sandy Hook Elementary School...love from Coast to Coast!

It was truly an amazing event filled with good wishes, thoughts and prayers from children as young as 11 and adults as 'senior' as 93!

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Gwen Lauren Meitchik December 27, 2012 at 03:33 AM
So proud to be part of this wonderful community where kindness is celebrated and so many, young and old, step up without hesitation to offer help wherever needed. Loving thoughts and nearly 100 snowflakes will soon arrive at Sandy Hook Elementary School thanks to A Bridge For Friends and residents of Belmont Village...
Eileen Miller December 27, 2012 at 02:47 PM
Gwen and A Bridge for Friends exemplifies what a difference we each can make in this circle of love and caring!
debra day December 28, 2012 at 03:10 AM
Thank you to Gwen, Belmont Village our teens, Korina Day, Annie and Katie Mietchik,Emily Ross, Matt Hose and Shayna Levinson....all it takes is one act of kindness to make a difference in someones lives.I cannot imagine our non profit without all of your love & help....Debra Day Director abridgeforfriends.com

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