Sayre School Students In Lexington Donate Food For The Needy

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 11/15/2013 7:55 pm
Students at Sayre School in Lexington gave back to the community Friday in a lesson outside of the classroom.

Students brought in food for the Lighthouse Ministry's Annual Thanksgiving Dinner.

Traditionally, Lighthouse brings the food and they use Sayre's cafeteria.

But this year, the school decided to handle all of the Thanksgiving fixings.

Students from the upper school also brought in over 2,000 pairs of socks.

Lighthouse Ministry says are an important and much-needed item for their clients this time of year.

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