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Educators and students gather for charity event
by Patty Randall
February 25, 2013 11:09 AM | 1210 views | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Angie Pope organizes the beads for the bracelet
Angie Pope organizes the beads for the bracelet
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Lisa Kent, Dave Kaplan, and founder Biviana Franco
Lisa Kent, Dave Kaplan, and founder Biviana Franco
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Biviana Franco works with Katie Kirtland
Biviana Franco works with Katie Kirtland
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Educators work on painting gift boxes
Educators work on painting gift boxes
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Delaney and Michele Ellis work on the "Hope" bracelet
Delaney and Michele Ellis work on the "Hope" bracelet
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Grace and Heather Franklin work on the "Happy" bracelet
Grace and Heather Franklin work on the "Happy" bracelet
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Educators and students from Peachtree Presbyterian Preschool gathered in the Preschool Studio Annex on February 22 to participate in a charity event for the nonprofit organization, Feel Beautiful Today. The educators and students made jeweled bracelets, which will be boxed and given to women undergoing cancer treatments. Earlier in the week, students from the Preschool hand painted the wooden boxes to hold the bracelets. At the event, adults added a final coat of paint to the beautiful pink and black gift boxes. Feel Beautiful Today is a local organization that strives to provide love and encouragement by offering a "Box of Love" to women and girls affected by cancer. In addition to the "Box of Love" Feel Beautiful Today also provides art therapy workshops that serve as therapeutic and healing tools for patients at hospitals and cancer centers. To find out more about Feel Beautiful Today visit their website:

feelbeautifultoday.org.

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