Residents of a Calgary retirement village are paying it forward, giving Grade 7 students from Our Lady of Peace Catholic School 'kindness envelopes' after having unexpectedly received Christmas cards from the children. The envelopes are filled with tips on how to be kind to others, along with two movie passes. Cassie Doane is the teacher who initiated the Christmas card project. Her grandmother is a resident at Revera Chateau Renoir. "I'm teaching a wellness class and that's all about finding what makes you feel good and so that also includes what makes others feel good and so I wanted to create something that allowed the students to pay back to the community so we made these Christmas cards." The residents teamed up with the Stampede City Kinettes to raise money for the movie passes.

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