Seaside Pointe residents help create winter wonderland for Sandy Hook students

January 8, 2013

Residents from Brandywine Senior Living at Seaside Pointe in Rehoboth Beach traveled to Creatable Crafts in downtown Rehoboth recently to create snowflakes to send to the Chalk Hill School in Monroe, Conn. This is the school where children from Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn., were relocated.

The Snowflake Effort, coordinated by Creatable Crafts, was a response to a request from the Connecticut PTSA to create a winter wonderland for the students coming to Chalk Hill. Brandywine residents were delighted to be able to participate in this effort.

In back is Betty "Boop" Shubert; in middle, Rose Marie Van Ingen, left, and Lois Jones; in front, Anna Stanitis and Kitty Williams.