Jacobson kids give back to Rush City
Pictured are (row one) Destiny Skiba, Kaylee Bowen, Jillian Grace-Cicero, Kylie Forier, Samantha Bursaw, Noah Draper, Logan Niessen, Logan Belau, Donamic Garske, Max Hageman, Derek Murphy, Hunter Minke, Chad Fleischhacker, Patrick Johnson, Nathaneal Johnson, Kelly Lundy, Jake Hageman and Elisabeth Nelson; (row two) Sam Wegleitner, Cody McFee, Jake Groehler, Kaylyn Bowen, Brandon Guptill, Ella Blazek, Elena Herberg, Shay Williams, Melanie Fleming, Kami Focht, Chase Langlee, Alexis Schmidt and Andrew Toupal; (row three) Shawna Mell, Andrea Stirewalt, Jacob Scherer, Jamie Guptill, Karissa Soderbeck, Dalton Ramberg, Evyn Weston-Sjodin, Brittany Graham, Kody Johnson, Gabby Kingrey and Sam Sias. Photo supplied
Jacobson Elementary School has students who put their community first and understand the meaning of a “selfless act.”
Last year, the school’s fifth graders (now in the sixth grade) set out on a lofty goal of making scarves and dish clothes for the food shelf. The knitters made 190 dish clothes that were delivered with Christmas meals. They also made 129 scarves that have been distributed to families in need in the Rush City community.
Appreciated are the Jacobson Elementary staff members who helped support this endeavor and the community that continued to donate yarn to the student knitters.