Saltus donation to Santa appeal

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More than 100 new toys were donated to The Salvation Army’s Anonymous Santa appeal after a collection organized by Saltus middle and senior school students.

The students also raised more than $1,500 from a grub day, including money donated by science technician John Barnes from his winnings from a recent golf tournament.

Ann Paynter, Director of Middle School at Saltus said: “We were delighted to help the Salvation Army, which does a fantastic job, and we hope that these toys as well as the money raised brighten some people’s Christmas Day.”

Press release from Saltus Grammar School

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Published Dec 21, 2018 at 12:43 pm (Updated Dec 21, 2018 at 12:43 pm)

Saltus donation to Santa appeal

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