Baldwinsville Schools throughout the Baldwinsville District have demonstrated generosity this Christmas season with various donations to the Baldwinsville Christmas Bureau, which collects donations and distributes food and gifts to local families in need.
Van Buren donates books
John O’Neill, right, of the Baldwinsville Christmas Bureau, accepts a donation of books from Van Buren Elementary School students (from left) Dean Welch, Nadia Kozman and Raeland Kratz. The school collected enough new and gently used books to fill five boxes to donate to the bureau this December. The bureau will distribute the books to local families in need.
Palmer decorates mitten tree
Korben Haney, left, Allie Cavino, Daniel Nadelen, and Ava Pompo pose in front of the tree that Palmer Elementary School decorated with hats and mittens students collected to donate to the Baldwinsville Christmas Bureau.
Key Club collects food
Members of Baker High School’s Key Club coordinated a food drive at the school for the Baldwinsville Christmas Bureau.
Elden makes scarves for Bureau
Margie Klimachefsky, a volunteer with the Baldwinsville Christmas Bureau, talks with students from Elden Elementary School about the importance of volunteering. The students visited the bureau to deliver scarves they made.
Palmer Christmas Bureau food collection
Gavin Hamilton, left, Paige Tromblee, center, and Hannah Mimas, third-graders at Palmer Elementary School, display the food the school collected in a two week food drive for the Baldwinsville Christmas Bureau. The third grade coordinated the drive and publicized it throughout the school.