December 10, 2013
The St. Elizabeth communities of Southfield, Yardley Chase, Bellevue and Queensbury, will come alive with the sounds of "giving" on Wednesday December 11 at 10:30 am as the Principal, students and teachers of the Mayfield All Age School visit and hand out Care Packages to shut-ins and the elderly who reside within the various communities.
The Principal, George Lewis, and the school community, made an appeal to the stakeholders – parents, teachers and business partners - for the donation of food items and toiletries to be placed in the school's ‘Christmas Hamper’.
The items were then used to prepare these special care packages which the Principal is sure will be appreciated by the recipients and will help to bring some cheer to these individuals during the Holiday Season.
George Lewis recently became the Principal of the Mayfield All Age School, and he has been developing a very positive relationship with the parents and residents of the communities that surround and support the school.
"The parents, residents and the business community have been very supportive and this is our way of giving back. It is the season of giving and so we are happy for this opportunity to show the various communities that we appreciate their support.
We recognize that sometimes at this time of year with the many activities that we are involved in this particular group of individuals is sometimes inadvertently overlooked and so Mayfield All Age School has made this group its focus. We want to ensure that they also feel the love and joy that the Christmas Season brings," said George Lewis, Principal.
Mr. Lewis indicated that the school community aims to make this an annual activity on its calendar.
For further information please contact: George Lewis, Principal - 434-9753
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File Photo: Students of the Mayfield All Age School at an event health to enrich the students there recently.