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Students in Idaho decorate their town

Students in Idaho decorate their town

Decorating your home or neighborhood is about more than just making it aesthetically pleasing by picking the right paint colors and covering your old baseboard heaters. It is about making the place have a certain feeling, whether or a comfortable feeling, a cold feeling, or even a holiday feeling. That is why over 90 sixth graders in an Idaho school went out and decorated their town for the holidays.

Idaho students decorate storefronts

As an effort in community service, the students went to town and painted more than 30 storefronts in order to make their community feel more like the holidays. They were able to paint snowmen and winter trees in windows, which will hopefully help lift the mood of all who see it. The lesson was about giving of your time and efforts to help others instead of focusing the whole holiday season on yourself and what you are getting. These children have learned not only how to decorate for the holidays but how to do it for someone else, a lesson worth it’s weight in gold.




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