Grade 7 and 8 students craft and send Christmas cards for Noah!
In photo: Sophia Buttazzoni and Tyler Smith make cards with Paw Patrol and the Grinch for Noah.

December 4, 2017 - The grade seven and eight students at St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School have been putting the final touches on Noah’s Christmas cards today.

Noah is a four year-old boy from Minnow Lake who has been battling cancer since he was six months old.

There is no cure and no other option for Noah so the students are writing cards with positive messages and his favourite characters (Paw Patrol and The Grinch) to keep him smiling just a bit.
Duncan Smith, in grade eight says he suspects that Noah wants the cards because “everyone loves receiving mail and to know that others care”.
Mrs. Belle will be delivering the cards to the new Hot 93.5 tonight so the radio station personalities can deliver them to Noah tomorrow.



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