Darien Kids Care Clubs Get in the Holiday Spirit of Giving

Agnes Bluestein Winnie Bluestein Kids Care Club Royle

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Agnes Bluestein and Winnie Bluestein at the Royle School Kids Care Club

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Students at the Kids Care Clubs at Royle and Holmes elementary schools participated in activities to help others in the area.

Holmes Kids Care Club December 2018

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Molly Cronin and Hadley Caras are pictured with their gifts for the Inspirica residents.

— This article combines announcements from Holmes School Kids Care Club and At Home In Darien.

The Holmes School Kids Care Club continued its tradition of giving this month with a hat and mitten Drive for Inspirica, a homeless shelter in Stamford.

Students brought new hats and mittens to give to Inspirica residents and then decorated cards and gift bags for them.

The Royle School Kids Care Club met on Dec. 12 to complete a service project.

Gina Blum, executive director of At Home In Darien, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping seniors stay connected to the community, spoke to 17 children in kindergarten through fifth grade.

The children then decorated and assembled a holiday craft and made personal greeting cards to give to seniors.

At Home In Darien coordinated distribution of the Care Bags to seniors to help brighten their day.

At Home In Darien greatly appreciates the support of the Royle School Kids Care Club and the members who shared their friendship to senior citizens in the community.

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