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Students, teachers and a number of volunteers at St. Paul School in Salem, Ohio, knitted and crocheted more than 30 scarves for the Special Olympics. Coats and Clark, the manufacturer of Red Heart Super Saver yarns, led the effort and had a corporate goal to collect 5,000 scarves. But when it was over, the company had received 35,000 scarves. St. Paul’s contribution to the project was coordinated by art teacher Amy Goodchild.

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  1. Amy, you are truly a Good Child. What a wonderful project. I am proud to be a fellow knitter yours and blessed to know you. Next time tell me about it. I would love to have made a scarf or two. Jeanne

  2. To Amy and all the students at St. Paul’s,

    Your efforts and contribution to this cause are commendable. This is a perfect example of what it means to be a good person, extending yourself to help others. Thank you to everyone involved.

    Janey Ellen

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