Gateway students spread holiday cheer around town

December 12, 2012 • Local News

Gateway Christian 10th-graders Anila Velasquez and Cayleb Pack, along with fellow students, bring holiday cheer to the residents of Beehive Homes, Wednesday. Mark Wilson Photo

Students of Gateway Christian School spread holiday cheer throughout the city Wednesday.

Middle and high school students visited six different nursing homes and delivered stockings filled with treats for the residents, before singing Christmas favorites such as “Jingle Bells” and “Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer.” In the stockings are socks, stuffed animals, lotions, and hot chocolate.

Gateway teacher Debbie Tavarez accompanied 12th-graders to Login to read more

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One Response to Gateway students spread holiday cheer around town

  1. murphy says:

    The Gateway 7th graders visited Villa Del Rey yesterday. I was visiting a resident there when they came in. What a great, caring group of young people. They visited with the residents, hugged them and handed out stockings. The parents of these young people can be proud.

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