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  • Kansas City girl collects and packs over 240 backpacks for less fortunate

    For the fourth year, Brooklyn Stewart, 9, of Kansas City, has wanted to do a service project that will help less fortunate school children and provide them with colorful new backpacks filled to the brim with school supplies. "These kids literally have nothing," said Brooklyn, of the kids who stay at the Salvation Army shelters where she will donate her backpacks. Brooklyn, who will be a fourth-grader in the fall at St. Elizabeth Catholic School, has collected supplies and stuffed 240 backpacks in her drive this week.

For the fourth year, Brooklyn Stewart, 9, of Kansas City, has wanted to do a service project that will help less fortunate school children and provide them with colorful new backpacks filled to the brim with school supplies. "These kids literally have nothing," said Brooklyn, of the kids who stay at the Salvation Army shelters where she will donate her backpacks. Brooklyn, who will be a fourth-grader in the fall at St. Elizabeth Catholic School, has collected supplies and stuffed 240 backpacks in her drive this week. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
For the fourth year, Brooklyn Stewart, 9, of Kansas City, has wanted to do a service project that will help less fortunate school children and provide them with colorful new backpacks filled to the brim with school supplies. "These kids literally have nothing," said Brooklyn, of the kids who stay at the Salvation Army shelters where she will donate her backpacks. Brooklyn, who will be a fourth-grader in the fall at St. Elizabeth Catholic School, has collected supplies and stuffed 240 backpacks in her drive this week. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

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