Kids Korps makes pizzas for cancer foundation

Teresa Miller, Elizabeth, Tim and Friends of Scott founder Carmen Degadillo

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Sage Canyon Kids Korps hosted 60 kids from the Friends of Scott Foundation, which helps children with cancer and their families, for a Pizza Party and Craft day at Taste of Italy in Torrey Hills on May 14. Participants made personal pizzas and crafts for cancer patients’ hospital rooms. Photos: Rob McKenzie

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7 Comments for “Kids Korps makes pizzas for cancer foundation”

  1. Veena Grover RYT

    Lara seems very happy & caring to help others.It is a special joy to help others.it is a great way to teach the kids about human life,share,care & enjoy peace. We are very proud Of Scott Foundation, who are teaching the young children about the value of life.We can enjoy all things in the world, when we provide love to these needy children & their families.these young kids have already find their path to happiness & peace.
    Blessings, sarv & veena

  2. Veena Grover RYT

    Lara seems very happy & caring to help others.It is a special joy to help others.it is a great way to teach the kids about human life,share,care & enjoy peace. We are very proud Of Scott Foundation, who are teaching the young children about the value of life.We can enjoy all things in the world, when we provide love to these needy children & their families.these young kids have already find their path to happiness & peace.Lara & Jamie are doing great job setting good example, while serving through yoga teachings & serving pizzas & providing love to the humanity.We are very proud of you girls. B;blessings & Peace.

  3. Veena Grover RYT

    God bless you & you family, living the life of Integrity & teaching the art of sharing & helping others.Blessings. Sarv & Veena grover

  4. Veena Grover RYT

    Lara, we are very proud of you.Teal Gem.
    Love grandma & grandpa Grovers

  5. Veena Grover RYT

    Leslie,Kevin & Melissa,We are proud of you.Keep helping the needy & share love with others. Blessings, sarv & Veena

  6. Veena Grover RYT

    Lara,we are very proud of you.Yo are very sweet young girl. God Bless you & your friends.

  7. Veena Grover RYT

    Lara, just completed her yoga camp & we are very proud of her achievements & dedicated heart

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