Teaching kindness


Power volunteer’s Emerson Climate Technologies representative Rebecca Farrand, third from left, of Troy, and Executive Director of Raise the Roof for the Arts Sarah Barr, of Sidney, talk to Longfellow Elementary students about how to be kind and what it means. Farrand read the book How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Kids also wrote down ways to be nice on paper hearts. Listening to Farrand talk are, left to right, Caitlynn Shroyer, 6, daughter of Jeana Shroyer and Anthony Shroyer, and Zeke Crosley, 6, both of Sidney, son of Amber Crosley. Barr and Farrand came to talk to the kids on behalf of the women’s group Power. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Power volunteer’s Emerson Climate Technologies representative Rebecca Farrand, third from left, of Troy, and Executive Director of Raise the Roof for the Arts Sarah Barr, of Sidney, talk to Longfellow Elementary students about how to be kind and what it means. Farrand read the book How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Kids also wrote down ways to be nice on paper hearts. Listening to Farrand talk are, left to right, Caitlynn Shroyer, 6, daughter of Jeana Shroyer and Anthony Shroyer, and Zeke Crosley, 6, both of Sidney, son of Amber Crosley. Barr and Farrand came to talk to the kids on behalf of the women’s group Power. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Power volunteer’s Emerson Climate Technologies representative Rebecca Farrand, third from left, of Troy, and Executive Director of Raise the Roof for the Arts Sarah Barr, of Sidney, talk to Longfellow Elementary students about how to be kind and what it means. Farrand read the book How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Kids also wrote down ways to be nice on paper hearts. Listening to Farrand talk are, left to right, Caitlynn Shroyer, 6, daughter of Jeana Shroyer and Anthony Shroyer, and Zeke Crosley, 6, both of Sidney, son of Amber Crosley. Barr and Farrand came to talk to the kids on behalf of the women’s group Power. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Power volunteer’s Emerson Climate Technologies representative Rebecca Farrand, third from left, of Troy, and Executive Director of Raise the Roof for the Arts Sarah Barr, of Sidney, talk to Longfellow Elementary students about how to be kind and what it means. Farrand read the book How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Kids also wrote down ways to be nice on paper hearts. Listening to Farrand talk are, left to right, Caitlynn Shroyer, 6, daughter of Jeana Shroyer and Anthony Shroyer, and Zeke Crosley, 6, both of Sidney, son of Amber Crosley. Barr and Farrand came to talk to the kids on behalf of the women’s group Power. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/12/web1_SDN122315Kindness.jpgPower volunteer’s Emerson Climate Technologies representative Rebecca Farrand, third from left, of Troy, and Executive Director of Raise the Roof for the Arts Sarah Barr, of Sidney, talk to Longfellow Elementary students about how to be kind and what it means. Farrand read the book How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Kids also wrote down ways to be nice on paper hearts. Listening to Farrand talk are, left to right, Caitlynn Shroyer, 6, daughter of Jeana Shroyer and Anthony Shroyer, and Zeke Crosley, 6, both of Sidney, son of Amber Crosley. Barr and Farrand came to talk to the kids on behalf of the women’s group Power. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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