About 100 people from the group Caring for Kids came to eat a Thanksgiving meal and participate in the children’s activities such as pumpkin painting, coloring, a fall craft and ice cream making sponsored by Middle Township High School’s Red Cross Club, Key Club and Interact Club on Nov. 15 at the school cafeteria in Cape May Court House.
Volunteer Amanda Sumter, 24, far left, of Cape May, handed silverware to Beatriz Pelaez, middle, of Wildwood, while Middle Township High School students Sara Bright, 16, of Cape May Court House, and Julia Chiappelli, 17, far right, of Swainton, held the Thanksgiving dinner plates of Beatriz’s children on Nov. 15 at the Pre-Thanksgiving event at Middle Township High School's cafeteria. Chiapelli is the vice president of the school’s Red Cross Club. Bright is a member of both the Red Cross and Key Clubs.
Jake Canter, left, 16, of Cape May Court House, walked back to the ovens to gather more turkey for the Thanksgiving feast at Middle Township High School’s kitchen as Stephanie Spisak, with her Middle Township High School Red Cross Club shirt, served cranberry sauce. Canter is a member of the Interact Club.
Stephanie Spisak, right, 17, of Green Creek, scooped cranberry sauce onto a plate held by Mikhaila Hardin, 24, of Ocean City.
Julia Aruta, 17, of Swainton, and Elena Ramos, 18, of Cape May Court House, helped to organize the ice cream-making station. They are members of the Interact Club.
Sheily Maldonado, 7, and Andrea Arroyo, 5, both of Cape May, were helped in painting pumpkins by Middle Township High School students, from left, Grail Fangayen, 16, of Cape May Court House; Tricia Stump, 16, of Stone Harbor; and Sarah Morano, 16, of Cape May Court House.
Yarexi Castro, 3, of Wildwood, told her mother what she wanted to eat.
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