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Clear Spring FBLA participates in holiday Angel Tree program

Fourteen students and two adults shared in "adopting" 10 children ranging in age from 1 to 10.

Fourteen students and two adults shared in "adopting" 10 children ranging in age from 1 to 10.

December 16, 2005

CLEAR SPRING - It is said that it is better to give than to receive.

Members of Clear Spring High School's Future Business Leaders of America learned the true meaning of that sentiment this holiday season as they participated in The Salvation Army Angel Tree program, which aims to provide underprivileged children in the area with gifts to make their Christmas a little merrier.

Fourteen students and two adults shared in "adopting" 10 children, who ranged in age from 1 to 10. Students purchased various clothing items for the children and, on Dec. 8, took them to school to be bagged for delivery.

Future Business Leaders of America adviser Karen Teach was to take care of delivering the group's contribution on Dec. 9.

The project was one of several that the group becomes involved in each year in helping to better the community in which they live.

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