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Middletown School Raises Money for Shelter

Walter Miller Elementary School raised $500 for a Bristol Township homeless shelter.

Middletown School Raises Money for Shelter

Students at Walter Miller Elementary School in the Levittown section of Middletown raised $500 for a local homeless shelter.

Youngsters at the school helped organized a collection to help the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter in Bristol Township.

The money went to “Buck Up Bucks County.” The campaign raises money for the renovate the shelter's kitchen and is sponsored by the Bucks County Courier Times newspaper.

"Students in our fourth grade created posters and did daily announcements to promote “Crazy Hat Day,” according to a release from the Neshaminy School District.

Students in second grade performed random acts of kindness to help raise money for the shelter, the district said.

As of Monday night, the campaign is reported to have raised $164,416.

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