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Jags celebrate by giving back


Jags celebrate by giving back
The Jaguars and their adopted Christmas family squeeze in together for a group photo.


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This Christmas, the Floresville High School Jaguar basketball team wanted to give back to a family in need, so they adopted a single-parent family of six, with children ranging from 14 months to 12 years old.

On Dec. 14, the team traveled to the family’s home in San Antonio to deliver the gifts. As the girls filed off the bus with presents in hand, the kids were standing at their door jumping up and down in awe! The smiles on the girls’ faces, as well as the children receiving the gifts, showed how caring our girls are and how thankful the children were.
 

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