A pickup truck load of groceries delivered by École Red Bluff Lhtako Elementary brought plenty of big smiles from the Seasons House staff on Dec. 18. Students from the school’s Leadership Group, led by Miss Doherty and Miss Aaslie (not pictured), collected items from home and then delivered them to Seasons House, with the assistance of vice-principal Dean Morrow (back row, right). Students pictured with Seasons House staff are Tahlia Denis, Deacon Bolton and Jacqualyn Ouellette. (Karen Powell - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

Quesnel’s École Red Bluff Lhtako Elementary students in the giving spirit

Students raised money for Good Cheer and brought donations to Seasons House

Students from École Red Bluff Lhtako Elementary School recently raised $408.25 for Good Cheer through an in-house bake sale and brought a truck load of groceries to Seasons House.

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