Lit­tle boy who loves school needs new clothes

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Ron­aldo is a bright lit­tle boy who loves kinder­garten. He works hard to make friends, fol­lows all the rules and is vol­un­teer­ing con­stantly to help his teach­ers.

His teach­ers say he is their fa­vorite stu­dent.

Ron­aldo is anx­ious to prac­tice his let­ters and try to read.

He gets to talk and play with friends at lunch and re­cess. He also loves paint­ing, draw­ing and col­or­ing when his class gets to do artis­tic things.

At the end of the day, he is sad to go home, where he is the only child.

As he says good­bye, he al­ways says he can’t wait to come back to school, his teach­ers re­port.

Ron­aldo’s fa­ther comes home ev­ery day dog tired af­ter long hours as a farm la­borer. It usu­ally is dark when he gets home, and it’s past Ron­aldo’s bed­time.

His mother makes what money she can babysit­ting for oth­ers who work.

Ron­aldo’s par­ents say they need help to pro­vide some gifts for him at Christ­mas.

He needs new clothes and they are anx­ious for Ron­aldo to be able to find a tree with some toys un­der it on Christ­mas morn­ing.

Your do­na­tion to The Star Demo­crat’s Brighter Christ­mas Fund could help Ron­aldo dur­ing the hol­i­day sea­son. Tax-de­ductible do­na­tions, which also hewlp other fam­i­lies in need on the Mid-Shore, may be sent to: The Brighter Christ­mas Fund, c/o The Star Demo­crat, P.O. Box 600, Eas­ton, MD 21601. Do­na­tions also may be made on­line at www. brighter­christ­mas­ Click the “Do­nate” but­ton.

The to­tal to date is: $46,003.10.

Those shar­ing the spirit of giv­ing with oth­ers this hol­i­day in­clude:

In mem­ory of my dear wife

Bea Carmichael

In mem­ory of my par­ents Spero and Mary Carmichael In mem­ory of Paul and Lor­raine Ciotola

In mem­ory of Ge­orge E. Lee Demetrides

Beth and Hoyle Rags­dale In mem­ory of Clifton and Ce­celia Sul­li­van

In mem­ory of Ben and Betty Pleasan­ton

John and Ruth Sul­li­van Bar­bara Mul­ready

The Hartge Fam­ily

Martha S. Wil­son

In mem­ory of Pop-Pop Billy In mem­ory of Hay­ward and Catherine Henry

In honor of Up­per Shore Spe­cial Olympics Ath­letes

Alvin and Sy­bil Waller

Robert Jenks

Ge­orge and He­len Al­bury Pa­tri­cia Crane

Thomas and Va­lerie Hirsch Carol and Brice Gam­ber

Mary Ellen Hutchi­sion

Wes Hud­son

Dr. Mark Zwanger

Dr. Mal­colm Kram

Clin­ton and Mary Clubb

In mem­ory of Char­lie Hem­ming In mem­ory of Jim and Marion Bar­ton

In mem­ory of Ruth Reysing In mem­ory of Daddy, Sonny Schulz In mem­ory of Jim and Frances Ivins In mem­ory of Charles and Alice Davidson

In mem­ory of Marvin and Sara Morris

In mem­ory of Paul and Eve­lyn Morris

In mem­ory of Tom and Pam Gan­non

In mem­ory of Phillip Lee Allen In mem­ory of Mr. and Mrs. J Hall Bar­ton

In mem­ory of our loved ones In honor of our loved ones In mem­ory of my sis­ter, Phyl­l­lis Foster Sey­mour

From John and Jean Marvel Francine and Vince De­sanc­tis In mem­ory of He­len Cooper and Ge­orge Favinger

In mem­ory of my hus­band, Wil­liam F. Best

Bar­bara Rose in mem­ory of my hus­band Bill Rose

In mem­ory of Bev­erly Morris In mem­ory of Louise A. Pin­der He­len and Goldey Vansant

In honor of our grand­chil­dren Gawreel and River

In mem­ory of loved ones He­len and Arthur Perkens Pearl and Stan­ley Vansant

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