Since 2000, the Alumni Association has collected Easter baskets for SCAN, Stop Child Abuse & Neglect. This year, dozens on campus helped out, bringing in completed Easter baskets, materials to stuff baskets, and cash for basket goodies–all so the kids at SCAN can have a special treat on Easter morning.
THANK YOU to everyone who helped us collect these treats to make sure the SCAN kids have a special Sunday morning.
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Wow! What a great accomplishment! I love the carrot bubbles! I wrote about our baskets at my place: http//:Hilthethrill.wordpress.com! Spring love!