2 local students get special surprise visit at school

The Holiday Angels Program run through Flossmoor Community Church got a big boost this year from students and staff at Homewood-Flossmoor High School.

Students collected specific items on the wish lists of 20 needy families selected by local school social workers. The church, acting anonymously, serves as the clearinghouse for distribution of the food, clothing and toys to those families.

In addition, individual classes and clubs — including teacher Christopher Stiglic’s Biology classes and Mrs. Amy Garcia’s Anchor classes —hosted fundraisers to generate money to donate towards the program.

H-F’s deliveries were made to Flossmoor Community Church on Friday, Dec. 12. Arlene Kadar served as the H-F staff coordinator, and senior Jayla Neely served as the H-F student representative.



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