Greensboro students spend time packing care packages for emergency shelters

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Last week a group of Guilford County students decided to help those who have to turn to emergency shelters for help.

Students at Foust Elementary in Greensboro spent last Wednesday packing more than 360 care packages.

The items will help people at several different shelters, including those run by the YWCA and Mount Zion.


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