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Bringing service back

Alpha Club returns to Mountain Bay Elementary School

1:14 AM, Nov. 29, 2012
Members of the 2010-2011 Alpha Club meet to create animal toys.
Members of the 2010-2011 Alpha Club meet to create animal toys.
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After a one-year hiatus, a service-project club for fourth- and fifth-grade students is back at Mountain Bay Elementary School.

Peggy Bindl, club adviser, said the goal of Alpha Club is to teach the students how to reach out to those less-fortunate than themselves. She said seeing the children's reaction to giving and helping their community is fulfilling.

"I want them to know helping others is the most important thing they can do," said Bindl, who suspended the club last year because of a death in her family. "Giving just needs to be a value they grow up with and share with everyone in their ...

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