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Souhegan Gives Back

Souhegan's Sponsor a Child drive a success.

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Souhegan Gives Back

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This holiday season, Souhegan High School was able to help children in need.   25 Advisories compiled a hefty load of presents to help Santa and the Nashua Soup Kitchen make some children’s wishes come true.    The Sponsor a Child event is put on by members of Souhegan’s National Honor Society.  Each advisory is given a “wish list” of a particular child in need.  Advisories go out and buy gifts to make these wishes come true.

Ryan Lemieux’s advisory donated dolls and a doll house to a 6 year old girl.

Steve Dreher’s advisory donated clothes for their sponsored child.

Jess Tremblay’s advisory donated a mall gift card and boots to a 15 year old girl.

Rob Scully’s advisory donated legos and candy to an 11 year old boy.

Sean Whelen’s advisory donated clothes and a doll to a 7 year old girl.

Jen Bonsue-Anane’s advisory donated a Playstation 4 to a 10 year old boy.

Martha Rives’s advisory donated legos and littlest pet shop to a 9 year old girl.

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