5th Grader Raymond tells why he and we
should want to help Loveland, Colorado children
Loveland, Oh. - "I just wanted them to feel happiness and that they don't need to worry about anything. I just wanted them to feel like somebody really cares," said Loveland Intermediate School fifth-grader Raymond. He wrote a letter to students in Loveland, Colorado letting them know that he and other people in Loveland, Ohio care about them.
Loveland, Colorado recently had a severe flood and with the encouragement of teacher, Laura Holtkamp, students at the Loveland Intermediate began raising money and writing letters of love and support.
Monetary donations to raise more funds are still being accepted through Friday, October 11th at the Loveland Intermediate school at 757 South Lebanon Rd.
If you would like to help on-line, Editor, Jeff Stahla of the Reporter-Herald in Loveland, Colorado recommends that monetary donations be sent to the United Way of Larimer County.
Read this related story from the Reporter-Herald, in Loveland Colorado
Front Range flood: Loveland loves Loveland
Loveland, Ohio has reached out to Loveland, Colo.
By Jessica Benes Reporter-Herald Staff Writer
Citizens of Loveland, Ohio are sharing their love with Loveland, Colo. by raising money and donations to benefit our sweetheart city.
"I was watching (the flood) on the news and my heart ached. It just seemed like this was the most horrendous thing I'd ever seen," said Marirose Stiver, a Loveland, Ohio resident.
And at Loveland Intermediate School in Ohio, teachers and students are raising money and writing letters to send to Loveland, Colo. families affected by the flood. Read on...