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Teens ‘pay it forward’ with good deeds for youngsters, soldiers, homeless and elderly

May 9, 2015

Lego_HeartCERES, CalCERES, Cal., – Freshmen at Central Valley High had a busy week of good deeds, tied to Pay It Forward Day, April 30, and an urge to show the world that teens can be awesome.

April 28: Kids in Success 101 spent first period making sandwiches for the homeless. The 49 kids donned food-prep gloves and slathered on peanut butter and jelly, assembly-line style.

The classes, taught by Natalie Rowell and Beccy McGlinchy, got to hand 200 bagged sandwiches to the charity giving out the food. “They got to really see what an impact they had. It was inspiring, humbling, heartwarming,” Rowell said.

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