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Stage II Student Collects Crayons for Hospitalized Children
Stage II student, Brooklyn Brown is collecting crayons to donate to hospitals serving children because she knows how it feels to be a hospitalized child, having been diagnosed as an infant with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. She learned that the hospitals have coloring pages, but they can't reuse crayons because of contamination. Brooklyn was inspired to do this because of the Stage II intensive study about what needs some people have in our larger communities (cities, state) and what can we do to help others. In a recent Detroit Free Press article about Brooklyn she had collected 2,639 packs. She plans to distribute the crayons on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day so she hopes to collect a lot more. If you'd like to help Brooklyn's crayon drive, visit her Amazon wish list at http://a.co/aVdBsmm. There is also a collection bucket above Brooklyn's locker in the Domes outside of Debbie and Michelle's classroom.