Clarks Summit Senior Living’s Springside Shoppe donates to Waverly Elementary first-grade classrooms

August 31st, 2015 3:15 pm

Springside Shoppe, a Clarks Summit Senior Living resident-operated store recently presented a donation of $200 to the Waverly Elementary first-grade teachers to purchase classroom books. The school recently had water damage from a pipe burst, which affected the first-grade classrooms. The Springside Shoppe carries various snacks, beverages, toiletries, cards, stamps and other products one might find at a grocery store. From left, first row, students Emily Kuhle, Kevin Kuhle and Caleb Smeraldi. Second row, CSSL residents Anna Rutkowski, Kay Krankel, Helen Eckersley, Robert Eckersley, Romayne Gubtose, Patricia Phillips, Ann Poploski. Third row, Amber Trunzo, CSSL business manager; Carol Werner, activity assistant; Anne Smith, CSSL resident; Ethel Neary, CSSL resident; Jim Ryan, CSSL resident; Sara Kasper, first grade teacher; Jennifer Kuhle, first-grade teacher; Marc Wyandt, school principal and Gail Bedell-Smeraldi, PTA president.

Springside Shoppe, a Clarks Summit Senior Living resident-operated store recently presented a donation of $200 to the Waverly Elementary first-grade teachers to purchase classroom books. The school recently had water damage from a pipe burst, which affected the first-grade classrooms. The Springside Shoppe carries various snacks, beverages, toiletries, cards, stamps and other products one might find at a grocery store. From left, first row, students Emily Kuhle, Kevin Kuhle and Caleb Smeraldi. Second row, CSSL residents Anna Rutkowski, Kay Krankel, Helen Eckersley, Robert Eckersley, Romayne Gubtose, Patricia Phillips, Ann Poploski. Third row, Amber Trunzo, CSSL business manager; Carol Werner, activity assistant; Anne Smith, CSSL resident; Ethel Neary, CSSL resident; Jim Ryan, CSSL resident; Sara Kasper, first grade teacher; Jennifer Kuhle, first-grade teacher; Marc Wyandt, school principal and Gail Bedell-Smeraldi, PTA president.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_ABJ-Springside.jpgSpringside Shoppe, a Clarks Summit Senior Living resident-operated store recently presented a donation of $200 to the Waverly Elementary first-grade teachers to purchase classroom books. The school recently had water damage from a pipe burst, which affected the first-grade classrooms. The Springside Shoppe carries various snacks, beverages, toiletries, cards, stamps and other products one might find at a grocery store. From left, first row, students Emily Kuhle, Kevin Kuhle and Caleb Smeraldi. Second row, CSSL residents Anna Rutkowski, Kay Krankel, Helen Eckersley, Robert Eckersley, Romayne Gubtose, Patricia Phillips, Ann Poploski. Third row, Amber Trunzo, CSSL business manager; Carol Werner, activity assistant; Anne Smith, CSSL resident; Ethel Neary, CSSL resident; Jim Ryan, CSSL resident; Sara Kasper, first grade teacher; Jennifer Kuhle, first-grade teacher; Marc Wyandt, school principal and Gail Bedell-Smeraldi, PTA president. Submitted photo


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