Tuesday, April 19, 2011


Koren O’Leary was one of the biggest contributors of origami cranes.

Students at New Hope-Solebury High School helped to make a difference to the children of Japan by creating origami cranes. Encouraged by art teacher, Dawn Ferber, students throughout the school busied themselves by creating paper cranes of various colors and sizes. Ferber then delivered those cranes to the OshKosh clothing store which, for every paper crane received, donated one piece of children’s clothing to Japan. OshKosh ran this very special promotion during the month of April to aide the children who suffered from the recent tsunami and earthquakes.

“Together, the students created over 500 cranes,” exclaimed Ferber. “It’s wonderful that our students were able to give help towards such a great cause.”

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