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BHS students cook up a treat for frontline health staff

Cooking up a treat: BHS students Wynn and Kacie Fassler with KEMH staff who received the delivery (Photograph supplied)

Health workers in the front line fight against the coronavirus pandemic received a welcome shot in the arm last week.

Bermuda High School students wanted to show their appreciation for the hard-working medics, and so put their cooking skills to the test.

Pupils baked cookies, wrote letters and drew illustrations to show their gratitude.

A spokeswoman for the school said: “Parents organised delivery of the goodies along with coffee to provide a much needed pick-me-up for all the staff at KEMH who are going above and beyond during this difficult time.”

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Published September 29, 2021 at 12:55 pm (Updated September 29, 2021 at 12:55 pm)

BHS students cook up a treat for frontline health staff

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