Press & Reviews
PRESS & REVIEWS
Lefties in Tulare County
Students at three Tulare County Schools received a word of encouragement and a nice gift just for being left-handed â€śLeftyâ€™sâ€ť.
Exchange students: Zulfiya Urunova of Golden West High School and Cajlar Avci of Dinuba High School, both exchange students with World Like Inc., participated in â€śGlobal Youth Service Dayâ€ť. Their service project was to encourage left-handed students.
Both Zulfiya and Cajlar are left-handed and are very passionate about the project they have chosen.
Three elementary schools: 4 Creeks Elementary, Highland Elementary, and Goshen Elementary were visited by Zulfiya and Cajlar. The students listened to a presentation on being left-handed and also some information about famous left-handed people. The students were also given a gift of a pair of left-handed scissors and a pen all donated by the â€śleftyâ€ť store out of San Francisco.
As per Zulfiya and Cajlar: â€śWe struggled ourselves being left-handed so we created a project that was about encouraging left-handed kids and making their school work a bit easier, by giving them some left-handed supplies.â€ť
Lefty's custom designed Shoe-Tie-Card and Kid's Writing Gift Set are featured in the
2012 San Diego Magazine Toy Review: