Ner Shalom students Lindsay, Gabrielle, Alexa, and Carley spent months crafting beautiful handmade jewelry to sell as part of their mitzvah (Hebrew for “good deed”) project. The girls made unique and colorful earrings, necklaces and bracelets, then took their goods to the Danvers, MA Wal-Mart store and sold them to delighted shoppers. These industrious young ladies also held a raffle and made sure to educate their customers on Progeria. They raised lots of awareness, and $700 – now THAT’S a true mitzvah!
Lindsay, Gabrielle, Alexa, and Carley brave the chilly weather to sell their hand made jewelry.