Sage Canyon Kids Korps Thanksgiving baskets

Quinn, Christian, Madeleine, Camille

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The Sage Canyon School Kids Korps Chapter held its annual Thanksgiving Basket Making event on Nov. 14.  The baskets are filled with items that benefit low income families from North County through Friends and Family Community Connection.

Photos/Jon Clark

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