Dublin Christian Academy students bake for health care workers

  • Dublin Christian Academy juniors help preschool students bake cookies for local health care workers. —COURTESY PHOTO

  • Dublin Christian Academy seniors deliver bags of fresh-baked cookies to Laura Gingras, vice president for philanthropy and community relations at Monadnock Community Hospital. —COURTESY PHOTO

  • Dublin Christian Academy junior Abi Moody of Dublin helps preschool student Ana Mendenhall of Peterborough. —COURTESY PHOTO

Published: 5/18/2022 8:02:13 AM

On April 18, Dublin Christian Academy’s entire student body of about 160 students baked and delivered cookies to 580 health care workers in the Monadnock Community Hospital network and to the ICU team at St. Joseph’s Hospital.

Younger students worked alongside older students in the kitchen to make and package a variety of gourmet cookies. The students created handwritten drawings and notes for each department to express their appreciation to the health care workers for the sacrifices they have made to serve them, their families and their loved ones over the last couple years.

Dublin Christian Academy’s business partners helped support this effort: Asher Construction, Hutter Construction Corporation, Tru-Form Foundations, Inc., Laser Pro Foundations, Life Changing Radio, Northstone Builders, Archer Properties, Menadena, Beds Plus, Belletetes, Inc., Cintas Corporation, Greater Grace Properties and Letourneau Heating & Cooling, LLC.


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