The sounds of Christmas


Team Tiger students sing carols while volunteering for the Salvation Army

Alice McNew, 7, places a donation in a Salvation Army Kettle outside Woods Supermarket Thursday morning while her older sister, Cora McNew, waits after making a donation of her own. The girls were at the store with their mother, Kari McNew, and younger brother, Levi McNew.


Avigeya Brenich sings a Christmas carol while accepting donations for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign Thursday morning at Woods Supermarket. Brenich was one of 16 Team Tiger members from Parkview Elementary in Sedalia who were collecting donations. Susan Daly, counselor at Parkview, said the students were selected to be a part of Team Tiger based on their outstanding character and leadership skills.


Chadis Altis, a fourth grade member of Team Tiger, sings “Jingle Bells” Thursday morning at Woods Supermarket. The students sang Christmas songs to help pass the time between patrons who made donations to the Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign. Sixteen students from Parkview Elementary spent part of the morning donating their time in one community service project for the group.


Kylee McMullin and Body Hayworth, third grade students from Parkview Elementary, sing holiday carols as they volunteer as bell ringers for The Salvation Army. The students greeted shoppers and politely thanked those who made donations. The activity was a way for the students to volunteer in service to others but was also a way for them to work on using good manners, according to Susan Daly, counselor at Parkview Elementary.


Stephanie Diaz rings a bell Thursday morning as a volunteer from Parkview Elementary for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign. Team Tiger students worked in three one-hour shifts accepting donations. Parkview Counselor Susan Daly said the event went well and the students had collected many donations throughout the morning.


Team Tiger students sing carols while volunteering for the Salvation Army

Alice McNew, 7, places a donation in a Salvation Army Kettle outside Woods Supermarket Thursday morning while her older sister, Cora McNew, waits after making a donation of her own. The girls were at the store with their mother, Kari McNew, and younger brother, Levi McNew.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121215bells1.jpgAlice McNew, 7, places a donation in a Salvation Army Kettle outside Woods Supermarket Thursday morning while her older sister, Cora McNew, waits after making a donation of her own. The girls were at the store with their mother, Kari McNew, and younger brother, Levi McNew.

Avigeya Brenich sings a Christmas carol while accepting donations for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign Thursday morning at Woods Supermarket. Brenich was one of 16 Team Tiger members from Parkview Elementary in Sedalia who were collecting donations. Susan Daly, counselor at Parkview, said the students were selected to be a part of Team Tiger based on their outstanding character and leadership skills.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121215bells2.jpgAvigeya Brenich sings a Christmas carol while accepting donations for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign Thursday morning at Woods Supermarket. Brenich was one of 16 Team Tiger members from Parkview Elementary in Sedalia who were collecting donations. Susan Daly, counselor at Parkview, said the students were selected to be a part of Team Tiger based on their outstanding character and leadership skills.

Chadis Altis, a fourth grade member of Team Tiger, sings “Jingle Bells” Thursday morning at Woods Supermarket. The students sang Christmas songs to help pass the time between patrons who made donations to the Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign. Sixteen students from Parkview Elementary spent part of the morning donating their time in one community service project for the group.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121215bells3.jpgChadis Altis, a fourth grade member of Team Tiger, sings “Jingle Bells” Thursday morning at Woods Supermarket. The students sang Christmas songs to help pass the time between patrons who made donations to the Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign. Sixteen students from Parkview Elementary spent part of the morning donating their time in one community service project for the group.

Kylee McMullin and Body Hayworth, third grade students from Parkview Elementary, sing holiday carols as they volunteer as bell ringers for The Salvation Army. The students greeted shoppers and politely thanked those who made donations. The activity was a way for the students to volunteer in service to others but was also a way for them to work on using good manners, according to Susan Daly, counselor at Parkview Elementary.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121215bells4.jpgKylee McMullin and Body Hayworth, third grade students from Parkview Elementary, sing holiday carols as they volunteer as bell ringers for The Salvation Army. The students greeted shoppers and politely thanked those who made donations. The activity was a way for the students to volunteer in service to others but was also a way for them to work on using good manners, according to Susan Daly, counselor at Parkview Elementary.

Stephanie Diaz rings a bell Thursday morning as a volunteer from Parkview Elementary for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign. Team Tiger students worked in three one-hour shifts accepting donations. Parkview Counselor Susan Daly said the event went well and the students had collected many donations throughout the morning.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121215bells5.jpgStephanie Diaz rings a bell Thursday morning as a volunteer from Parkview Elementary for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign. Team Tiger students worked in three one-hour shifts accepting donations. Parkview Counselor Susan Daly said the event went well and the students had collected many donations throughout the morning.

Alice McNew, 7, places a donation in a Salvation Army Kettle outside Woods Supermarket Thursday morning while her older sister, Cora McNew, waits after making a donation of her own. The girls were at the store with their mother, Kari McNew, and younger brother, Levi McNew.

Avigeya Brenich sings a Christmas carol while accepting donations for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign Thursday morning at Woods Supermarket. Brenich was one of 16 Team Tiger members from Parkview Elementary in Sedalia who were collecting donations. Susan Daly, counselor at Parkview, said the students were selected to be a part of Team Tiger based on their outstanding character and leadership skills.

Chadis Altis, a fourth grade member of Team Tiger, sings “Jingle Bells” Thursday morning at Woods Supermarket. The students sang Christmas songs to help pass the time between patrons who made donations to the Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign. Sixteen students from Parkview Elementary spent part of the morning donating their time in one community service project for the group.

Kylee McMullin and Body Hayworth, third grade students from Parkview Elementary, sing holiday carols as they volunteer as bell ringers for The Salvation Army. The students greeted shoppers and politely thanked those who made donations. The activity was a way for the students to volunteer in service to others but was also a way for them to work on using good manners, according to Susan Daly, counselor at Parkview Elementary.

Stephanie Diaz rings a bell Thursday morning as a volunteer from Parkview Elementary for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign. Team Tiger students worked in three one-hour shifts accepting donations. Parkview Counselor Susan Daly said the event went well and the students had collected many donations throughout the morning.

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