Beginning of this month - local classroom was robbed.
- now, news 25's kristen anzuini- tells us how the community has- come toghther to give back to - this teacher and her students.- - <nat soud>- on sunday may 5th, tina - abshire's classroom at- - - - woolmarket elementary school wa- robbed.
- the criminals got away with - multiple ukulele and a ton of - art - supplies.
- they also vandilized the- classroom.- tina abshire/ "gifted" teacher- " i was just a little devastate- and just sadden that someone- would take items from - children who need them so much.- after hearing about the break - in, the folks over at wharton - smith construction group decide- to replace all of - the supplys that were stolen- - - - earlier this month.
Brenda- lancaster / wharton smith - construction- group - " i think when people step- forward, it blesses the people- who need it and - makes everything go smoothly an- blesses the people who need it.- " - now, with the new supplies- students like wyatt lamar, will- be able to learn how to play th- ukulele.
And as you can see - here, wyatt was jumping for joy- when he saw the new supplies.
- wyatt lamar / 3rd grader- " i felt like it was really coo- and i was excited to start doin- it again."- wyatt isnt the only one who is- excited, his teacher, mrs.- abshire said she could not be - happier about this act of - kindness.
- tina abshire/ "gifted" teacher- " i was thrilled that there are- people in the community that ar- so kind and giving and- generous and we are forever - thankful for them."
- in harrison county, kristen - anzuini, news 25."- - the results are in, and they're- bleak.- -