Students Sell Handmade Friendship Lights to Benefit Classmates with Special Needs

Many cultures use the symbol of light in their celebrations. When you share your light with others, the world becomes a little bit brighter and better. Ms. Brook's fifth-grade class decided to do something to spread some good cheer around their school. Students have made friendship lights with tree and snowflake designs that they are selling for $5. All proceeds will benefit classmates with special needs at Paynter Elementary School. Students will be operating the Friendship Light Boutique on Thursday, December 20th.