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GHS Junior Brings Awareness to Homelessness with Big Sleep Out

The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School junior Ella Stanley, returned to the Guilford Green on April 27 with activities and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeless, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House.

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Ella Stanley lends a hand to Peter Keanna unpacking his sleeping bag. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Speaker, Laura Noe leans in as Ella Stanley welcomes her to the event, classmate and volunteer Caitlyn Cunneen stands by, Meghan Scanlon. speaks with Catherine DiTuri (behind Noe) from Columbus House. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Sign in and Registration took place in front of St. George's. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Sign in and Registration took place in front of St. George's. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Sign in and Registration took place in front of St. George's. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Jaime Neleber lights the fire pit, with classmates, Caitlyn Cunneen and Ella Stanley. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Participants spray painted t-shirts. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Participants spray painted t-shirts. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Participants spray painted t-shirts. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Participants spray painted t-shirts. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House.Participants spray painted t-shirts. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Sofia and Jack Andrin hold up the matt and scraps of platic bags that they worked on to make the Plarn mats, for the homless to stay warm, and more comfortable whlie sleeping, little sister, Carolina walks behind them. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Squares with messages of hope, love, and comapssion, were laid out on a table to be assembled later in the evening for a quilt. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Last years quilt hung up in the quilt square making station. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. A detail of one of the squares in last years quilt. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. A detail of one of the squares in last years quilt. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. A detail of one of the squares in last years quilt. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. A detail of one of the squares in last years quilt. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. Aiden and Steve Ghiroli from Troop 472 work on quilt squares. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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The Big Sleep Out, organized by Guilford High School Junior Ella Stanley, took place again on the Guilford Green, with activites and speakers that brought awareness to the plight homeles, as well as support for the non-profit Columbus House. The sky cleared and the high winds settled down for the sleep out on the Green. The boy scouts were busy settling in for the night. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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