Local Girl Makes Bows to Raise Money for Newtown Victims
8-year-old Bailey Maginnis is making and selling green and white ribbons in honor of the CT victims.
Bailey Maginnis recently handed out ribbons to the Natick Police Department in honor of the victims in Newtown, CT.
The Natick eight-year-old told her mother she "wanted to do something for the kids" and has been making green and white ribbons and selling them for $1 apiece, and the money will be going to a charity to help the victims.
Bailey's mother, Laura, said in an email that they're still looking online to decide exactly which charity the money will be given to in order to help the victims. She said she thought that they would like to contribute to a permanent memorial if they made one.
Bailey also gave out ribbons to her classmates in schools, and the Natick Fire Department also bought 100 ribbons. She had made over 1,000 "Bailey's Bows".