Class learns about life of MLK

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Tara Scrittore’s kindergarten class in Hamburg School spent the week learning about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

We learned he wanted to make the world a better place. In this spirit, the Kindergarten students colored cheerful drawings for Color A Smile, a not for profit organization in Morristown.

These drawings will be sent to military members overseas, Meal on Wheels recipients, and anyone who needs a smile. We completed this class service project to participate in the National Day of Service to honor Dr. King’s legacy.

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