Christmas is the time to spread love and cheer and the 41 members of the Wills Primary School’s Helping Hands Community Club did just that this morning.
The students, accompanied by Director of the Club, Alice Forde, as well as teachers Janelle Forde and Ms. Roach, made their first stop at Love and Care Nursing Home where they performed for the residents who were delighted.
The children sang a range of songs for the season such as Hark The Herald, We Three Kings, and Feliz Navidad, as well as recited poems.
The guests at Turtle Beach Resort in Dover were also happy to see the students.
They stopped lounging by the pool and paid attention to the students who signed to one of the songs.
George said the students loved performing and giving back.
George noted they would be giving 41 shoe box gifts to the St. Vincent de Paul Society, for their children’s party and to give to families. (DS)
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