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St. John Catholic School Students Help Stock the Shelves of Local Food Bank

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St. John Catholic School students display some of the 6,500 food items collected by the school for the Garson Food Bank.

October 10, 2007 - Six thousand, five hundred! That's the number of food items that students at St. John Catholic School raised in support of the Garson Food Bank.


Tricia Dowdall-Cirelli, Principal of St. John Catholic School is very proud of the efforts of her students in helping the less fortunate. “St. John Catholic School students are learning through Christ’s example to be selfless, charitable and champions of social justice,” states Cirelli. “The students are also being empowered through example to make a difference by affecting change not only in their own backyards but in our city, country, and world.”

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