Kearsarge Kindness Project

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Anneliese DelGrosso - Kearsarge Kindness Project

Kearsarge Kindness Project

A new program started a few years ago by an anonymous group, “Kearsarge Kindness Project”. Students in the district are asked to write a brief description as to how they would like to spread kindness. The participants are given $50.00 to carry out and perform their project. This program is offered annually in the spring.

One local participant chose to express hers in her neighborhood library. Anneliese DelGrosso is shown here with her project at Pillsbury Free Library in Warner. She has created a box, filled with craft items to make your own cards to spread joy and kindness to others. She specifically stated “to make Mom’s happy”!

Anyone is welcomed to come to the library and use the craft box anytime. Come spread some kindness in our world!!

Thank you Anneliese!


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