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Stringing up a few Good Deed Beads

Tyler Wirtz, right, a first grader in Mrs. Averback's Holy Rosary class, concentrates on his Good Deed Beads Tuesday afternoon.1 / 2
Nancy Krump, below, of Deer Creek helps Mrs. Averback's first grade Holy Rosary students create Good Deed Beads Tuesday afternoon. Good Deed Beads are a string of 10 movable beads that help count a person's gifts to God, according to St. Therese of Lisieux, whose sister first gave her the beads.2 / 2