'MY WHOLE FAMILY DIED': Haitian famil...

'MY WHOLE FAMILY DIED': Haitian family's pain inspires Tewksbur...

There are 7 comments on the Lowell Sun story from Jan 21, 2010, titled 'MY WHOLE FAMILY DIED': Haitian family's pain inspires Tewksbur.... In it, Lowell Sun reports that:

It started out just like any vocabulary lesson. Teresa Enos introduced her first-graders at the North Street Elementary School to a new word -- extraordinary.

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Arnold, MO

#1 Jan 21, 2010
Enough can not be said about the out pouring of love and support that has come from the Tewksbury community... especially from Angela Kimble the Principal of North Street School. She acted immediately when she found out about this tragedy making phone many calls, sending flyers out to all parents and sending out emails. Mrs. Kimble and her entire staff came together to get these donations together. Please continue to send your donations to the North Street School for this family and put under comments "The Exilhomme Family." They will need continued support for many months to come.

Tewksbury, MA

#2 Jan 21, 2010
I can't think of a bigger tragedy than this.
The least we can do, and the best we can do is to donate to the Red Cross who is doing so much with so little.
I'm contributing through my husband's work because his company matches every dollar.
So make your donations count if your employer does the same.(My employer only matches 50 cents on the dollar).

Quincy, MA

#3 Jan 21, 2010
I think the story was done well but think the photos should of focused more on the efforts of the whole school and the family of the boy. Not the little boy and his picture. A large front page photo should of been of the family and the donations.

Lowell, MA

#4 Jan 21, 2010
I have donated some money to Red Cross this week, even though it wasn't that much but it's nice to know that there are many good hearted community like the North Street Elementary School.

Maynard, MA

#5 Jan 21, 2010
We are thinking of the people of Haiti dearly. May God give them strength, hope and the courage and healing.
Mrs H

West Newbury, MA

#6 Jan 22, 2010
Hurtbefore, you are totally right.
But that mother of the kid with the picture thinks its "all about her." Even with stuff at school that she does she only works on things that she will be noticed.

Saint Joseph, MO

#7 Nov 7, 2012
My mom and dad and my brothers and sisters all 10 of them died by the 2004 Tsunami when i was 11 years old

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