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Lee's Summit R-7 School District custodians show compassion in support of City Union Mission

Lee's Summit R-7 School District custodians show compassion in support of City Union Mission

12.17.09
Lee's Summit R-7 School District custodians show compassion in support of City Union Mission
Janice Phelan
R-7 Community Relations Director

R-7 Facilities Services staff members deliver items to the Christmas Store. They are (front row, from left) Bob Pigue, Jon Rodgers, Patty Schill, (back row, from left) Sue Bruce, Debora Williams, Carl Galbreath and Kenny Harkless.

    Lee’s Summit R-7 School District custodians recently delivered donated items to the Second-Hand Thrift Store and the Christmas Store, both located in Kansas City and operated by City Union Mission, as part of a community-service project. The deliveries, which took place Dec. 11, initially began with the support of R-7 Facilities Department building managers and expanded to include a number of custodians, R-7 staff members and students.
    In less than a week, custodial staff members, with the support of school employees and students, collected a van full of gently used items for both locations. In addition, custodians delivered new items such as toys, personal hygiene items and clothing, as well as cards made by students and a monetary donation of $335 to City Union Mission's Christmas Store.
    "We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season and would like to take this opportunity to thank our custodians, the staff at all district facilities and students who helped to brighten the holidays for others!" said a spokesperson for R-7 Facilities Services.



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