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Published: 1/23/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


Perrysburg Student Honored For Charity Contribution

Perrysburg Jr. High School student Michael Skotynsky was inspired to write a letter to Home Depot asking them to donate tarps to the Cherry St. Mission. The home improvement store donated seven 10x12 tarps. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE, START SLIDESHOW

Perrysburg Jr. High School student Michael Skotynsky was acknowledged in his classroom for writing a letter asking Home Depot to donate tarps to the Cherry St. Mission. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Perrysburg Jr. High School student Michael Skotynsky was acknowledged in his classroom for writing a letter asking Home Depot to ...
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Lea Skotynsky hides behind a desk inside the classroom of her son,  Michael Skotynsky, who was honored by his class. She hid so her son wouldn't be immediately tipped off about the surprise when he entered the classroom. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lea Skotynsky hides behind a desk inside the classroom of her son, Michael Skotynsky, who was honored by his class....
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Cherry St. Mission's Rosilyn Goodwin, left, and Rebecca Bowling pose with Perrysburg Jr. High School student Michael Skotynsky, who wrote a letter to Home Depot asking the company to donate tarps to the Cherry St. Mission.  They donated 7 10x12 tarps. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Cherry St. Mission's Rosilyn Goodwin, left, and Rebecca Bowling pose with Perrysburg Jr. High School student Michael Skotynsky, who wrote ...
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Perrysburg Jr. High School student Michael Skotynsky wrote this letter asking Home Depot to donate tarps to the Cherry St. Mission. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Perrysburg Jr. High School student Michael Skotynsky wrote this letter asking Home Depot to donate tarps to the Cherry St....
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Home Depot's Keith Young, left, and John Smith present Perrysburg Jr. High School student Michael Skotynsky with a plaque. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Home Depot's Keith Young, left, and John Smith present Perrysburg Jr. High School student Michael Skotynsky with a plaque.
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