Citizen of the Week

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

The nominator of this week's COW writes, "Kaitlyn Goldberg, a 10-year-old student at Clear Spring School, wanted to do something special last year for Christmas, but didn't know what. First she donated some of her winter jackets that didn't fit her to her mom's 'Lets Keep Them Warm This Winter' drive. Then, while shopping, she saw Christmas cards and decided to buy them with her own money and wrote out 61 cards for the residents at Brighton Ridge Nursing home. She even made one out for the staff. When asked how she felt after she gave them out, she said, 'I feel very happy and I am glad they all liked them.'" Thanks for making Christmas merrier, Kaitlyn.

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  • AWESOME JOB, KK!!!! All of us at ABFU are SOOOOOOO proud of you! Keep being so Special, sweetie~!

    -- Posted by rallen616 on Wed, Jan 14, 2009, at 6:41 PM
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