Little kids show big love for local shelter


Children involved with a Maple Grove United Methodist Church service project called “Kids Feeding Kids” pose for a photo with their pre-K teacher, Kay Edwards, back center, and Becky Kipreos, a board member of The Shepherd’s House, back left. The children made “Jesus Jars,” a kind of piggy bank for doing good. Starting last winter, for every 10 cents the child earned or received, they put a penny into their “Jesus Jar.” By July 13, the five children had raised $300, which they used to go shopping for the kids at The Shepherd’s House.


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Children involved with a Maple Grove United Methodist Church service project called “Kids Feeding Kids” pose for a photo with their pre-K teacher, Kay Edwards, back center, and Becky Kipreos, a board member of The Shepherd’s House, back left. The children made “Jesus Jars,” a kind of piggy bank for doing good. Starting last winter, for every 10 cents the child earned or received, they put a penny into their “Jesus Jar.” By July 13, the five children had raised $300, which they used to go shopping for the kids at The Shepherd’s House.

Children involved with a Maple Grove United Methodist Church service project called “Kids Feeding Kids” pose for a photo with their pre-K teacher, Kay Edwards, back center, and Becky Kipreos, a board member of The Shepherd’s House, back left. The children made “Jesus Jars,” a kind of piggy bank for doing good. Starting last winter, for every 10 cents the child earned or received, they put a penny into their “Jesus Jar.” By July 13, the five children had raised $300, which they used to go shopping for the kids at The Shepherd’s House.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_160721_ShepherdsHouse-1.jpgChildren involved with a Maple Grove United Methodist Church service project called “Kids Feeding Kids” pose for a photo with their pre-K teacher, Kay Edwards, back center, and Becky Kipreos, a board member of The Shepherd’s House, back left. The children made “Jesus Jars,” a kind of piggy bank for doing good. Starting last winter, for every 10 cents the child earned or received, they put a penny into their “Jesus Jar.” By July 13, the five children had raised $300, which they used to go shopping for the kids at The Shepherd’s House. Submitted
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