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Woodside students wrap 800 gifts for children in need

Two hundred students gathered at Woodside Elementary School on Friday, Dec. 20, to help wrap 800 Christmas gifts for children in need.

The gifts were donated by the local nonprofit Peace Builders, founded by Diane Eskenazi of Woodside.

Gifts include warm blankets, toys, stuffed animals, backpacks, and new holiday clothes. They will go to children served by InnVision Shelter Network, Project We Hope, St. Francis of Assisi Youth Club and St. Anthony's Church among others.

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