Snider gives toys to children with cancer

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Submitted by Julie Hazard/Cedar Creek sophomore James Snider of Egg Harbor City, stands center surrounded by members of the school's step team and the load of presents for children with cancer at Alfred I. duPont Hospital in Wilmington, Del. Submitted by Julie Hazard/Cedar Creek sophomore James Snider of Egg Harbor City, stands center surrounded by members of the school's step team and the load of presents for children with cancer at Alfred I. duPont Hospital in Wilmington, Del.

James Snider, a sophomore at Cedar Creek High School, is a 10-year leukemia survivor, and wanted to do something special for other cancer children at the Alfred I. duPont Hospital. Just as he was so many times, these children were in the hospital over the holidays.

With the help of faculty and staff, he organized a toy drive and collected more than 100 toys for children at the in Wilmington, Del. hospital. More than 40 members of the Cedar Creek's Step Team, under the direction of advisor Danielle Maddrey, contributed toys as a community service project.  The toys were delivered to the Alfred duPont Hospital on Dec. 18.


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