Christmas Shoe Box project takes place at Littleton High School

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SHOEBOX PROJECT BENEFITS NEEDY FAMILIES -- Littleton High School's National Honor Society conducts a Shoebox Project every December, where faculty, staff and students fill shoe boxes with toys, candy and health care products to be distributed to needy families through Catholic Charities during the holidays. Shown with two of the decorated shoe boxes are: from left, Louis Babin, NHS advisor; Carly Taylor and Wyatt Taylor, grandchildren of staff member Bernadeen Boutin; and Sikander Rashid, principal of Daisy Bronson Middle School and LHS.

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