Helping out with cancer bags


October 27, 2017

Dakota Smith and Dylan Hurst help with ironing fabric for cancer care bags while other students sew bags in the background.

Some students at Burlington school are helping make cancer care bags for cancer patients and people who are newly diagnosed with cancer.

Mrs. Elliott's junior high and high school family and consumer science and English classes are making the bags by cutting, pinning, ironing and sewing the bags together. They plan to complete 100 bags to deliver to Tenaciously Teal, which will fill the bags and deliver them to cancer patients. The cancer care bags will contain comfort items for both male and female cancer patients....

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