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Columbiana Children help a friend in need

Columbiana-Neighborhood children in Firestone Farms were busy gathering more than just their own school supplies for the upcoming school year. These students at Joshua Dixon Elementary each selected a grade level and chose items from their supply list in order to help a friend in need. Together with their parents, the children purchased the supplies and stuffed bookbags full of items so that every child will be ready for school. From left, front row, Piper, Hudson, and Finn Yenges, Leo and Nico DeMaiolo, Maisey DiMascio, Reagan Blasdel; back row, Max Ebben, Cameron Sauerwein, Carson Bailey and Harper Sauerwein. (Submitted photos)
Columbiana-Neighborhood children in Firestone Farms were busy gathering more than just their own school supplies for the upcoming school year. These students at Joshua Dixon Elementary each selected a grade level and chose items from their supply list in order to help a friend in need. Together with their parents, the children purchased the supplies and stuffed bookbags full of items so that every child will be ready for school. From left, front row, Piper, Hudson, and Finn Yenges, Leo and Nico DeMaiolo, Maisey DiMascio, Reagan Blasdel; back row, Max Ebben, Cameron Sauerwein, Carson Bailey and Harper Sauerwein. (Submitted photos)

Columbiana-Neighborhood children in Firestone Farms were busy gathering more than just their own school supplies for the upcoming school year. These students at Joshua Dixon Elementary each selected a grade level and chose items from their supply list in order to help a friend in need. Together with their parents, the children purchased the supplies and stuffed bookbags full of items so that every child will be ready for school. From left, front row, Piper, Hudson, and Finn Yenges, Leo and Nico DeMaiolo, Maisey DiMascio, Reagan Blasdel; back row, Max Ebben, Cameron Sauerwein, Carson Bailey and Harper Sauerwein. (Submitted photos)

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