A proud moment in Shoreham-Wading River history took place recently when three district sisters set up a lemonade stand. The money they made could have gone into their savings accounts or been used to purchase something fun, but the girls had something else in mind. Wading River School fifth grader Gianna Horsford was asked what she was saving for, and she responded “the children at the children’s hospital.” She wrote a letter to the hospital sharing her kindness in words that included hoping the money will help to bring joy to the children who are receiving care there. Gianna’s family – mom, dad and younger sisters Mia Horsford and Natalia Horsford – took a special visit to Stony Brook Children’s to share their donation with the hospital staff.
Photo caption: Wading River School fifth grader Gianna Horsford (right), with sisters Mia Horsford (left) and Natalia Horsford (center).
Photo courtesy of the Shoreham-Wading River Central School District