Cape Coral Police announce February 2013 Do The Right Thing winners
For 16 years, "Do The Right Thing" has awarded students each month during the school year for making a positive impact in the community.
On Wednesday, February 20, the Cape Coral Police Department announced its monthly Do The Right Thing award winners at City Hall.
The department presented awards to ten Cape Coral students who were nominated for their recent actions that had a positive impact on the community.
Each month during the school year the Cape Coral Police Department awards local students for going above and beyond in every day life. At the end of the school year an overall Do The Right Thing award winner will be announced for the 2012-2013 school year.
February 2013 Do The Right Thing Award Winners
In December, Alianna’s family celebrated their 5 year “forever family” anniversary – the anniversary of when Ali officially joined the family. As Ali has grown up she has started to understand more about how she came to be adopted. As a result of that, she has started to worry about the girls and boys who don’t have parents to care for them and over the past year, she has asked a lot of questions about how she could help them. Then she heard about an organization called Shoes for the Orphan Souls; a humanitarian aid project which provides new shoes and socks to orphans and vulnerable children in the United States and throughout the world. She also read about a little boy who helped collect shoes and socks for the orphans and she told her parents that she would like to do the same thing.