St. Clair Junior High School art students have launched a project targeted at providing individuals in a Third World country with clean drinking water.
Through May 7, a quintet of seventh-graders are collecting gently used pairs of old shoes as part of the Shoeman Water Project. The project collects donated shoes — any kind, new or gently used — and exports them to street vendors in places like Haiti, Kenya and South America and uses the funds from exporting to provide clean water programs in communities around the world.
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