Take a minute to get caught up on the most-read stories on North Canton Patch this week.
1. North Canton has talented young artists. Patch readers enjoyed going through a showcase of artwork by Hoover High School students that will be on public display this winter. 2. $4,500 in Jewelry Missing, Senior Citizen Scammed. It may have been posted on Christmas Eve, but readers were still interested in catching up with the North Canton Police Department's latest news. 3. First "real" snowstorm of the season. Everyone knew the snow was on its way, but that didn't damper people's interest in finding out how the storm was affeacting other areas. 4. Hand-me-downs in demand. Did you get a new smartphone, tablet or laptop for Christmas? Find out what one North Canton City Schools employee can do with your outdated models. 5. Snowflakes for…
Nearly 50 area residents gathered Thursday to craft hundreds of winter wonderland decorations for victimized students in Newtown, CT.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Kasha Legeza
Friday, December 28, 2012
Nearly 50 North Canton area residents of all ages gathered Thursday morning to make hundreds of paper snowflakes designed to provide cheer for the victimized students of Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT, when they return to school in January. “Snowflakes for Sandy Hook” is one of several nationwide assistance movements spearheaded by the Connecticut PTSA on behalf of the Sandy Hook Elementary PTA. The National PTA joined in, sending out emails inviting PTA members across the U.S. to start crafting. “When school resumes for Sandy Hook, it will be in a new building. Parent-volunteers are working to ensure that the students are welcomed back by a winter wonderland with the entire school decorated with as many unique snowflakes as …