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Ashley Raposo
araposo@crystalspringsinc.org
Crystal Springs School
Assonet, MAUSA
www.crystalspringsinc.org

We decorated 100 bags!

About our project: The students of Crystal Springs School assisted in creating original "Earth Day" paper bags for shoppers at Shaw's in Fall River, Massachusetts. The students used paints, crayons, construction paper, and their hands to create their pictures. The bags were decorated with pictures of the Earth, messages about recycling and keeping the earth clean. The students enjoyed learning about how to keep our planet clean, why it is so important and how we are already helping our planet by recycling and cleaning up. We all enjoyed completing this project, and look forward to doing it again next year!

submitted on 4/25/2016


Angela Jennings
angelamjennings@hotmail.com
Kittredge School
North Andover, MAUSA
 

We decorated 50 bags!

About our project: We love this project!

submitted on 4/12/2016


Jacqueline Pfeifer
 
thedoverchurch.org
Dover, MAUSA
thedoverchurch.org

We decorated 40 bags!

About our project: The children decorated bags in Sunday School and at home with Earth caring messages.

submitted on 4/21/2015


Gretchen Mulroy
glmulroy@gmail.com
Oak Ridge School
Sandwich, MAUSA
 

We decorated 321 bags!

About our project: This is the 9th year for the Earth Day Groceries project at Oak Ridge. Students and teachers did a fantastic job decorating 321 bags for Stop & Shop.

submitted on 5/13/2014


Erica Grady
ericajeanie@yahoo.com
Middleboro Elementary Schools
Middleboro, MAUSA
 

We decorated 1400 bags!

About our project: We held Earth Day for both schools, Mary K Goode & Henry B Burkland on May 1st & 2nd this year. All the students from grades 1 through 5 participated in all the events including Earth Day bags and were very excited to do so! The students did a beautiful job of decorating their bags to send messages to our community making them aware of how important keeping our earth clean is! We enjoy being a part of this project and plan to continue to do so. Thank You!

submitted on 6/4/2013


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