Students at École La Prairie in Red Deer prepared an upwards of 75 Christmas cards for some Red Deer seniors. Contributed photo

Students prepare Christmas cards for seniors in Red Deer

The ongoing pandemic didn’t stop the students at École La Prairie school in Red Deer to put a smile on some of the city’s seniors.

An upwards of 75 holiday cards – wishing seniors a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year were prepared at the school and kept aside for two weeks.

To deliver the high number of cards, students created and designed an envelope – that’s 46 by 61 centimetres in size.

The cards were delivered to seniors in the neighbourhood at Barrett Kiwanis Place.



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Students at École La Prairie in Red Deer prepared an upwards of 75 Christmas cards for some Red Deer seniors. Contributed photo

To deliver more than 75 Christmas cards, students at École La Prairie school in Red Deer created this large envelope. Contributed photo

To deliver more than 75 Christmas cards, students at École La Prairie school in Red Deer created this large envelope. Contributed photo