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Away in a Manger

Pictured with the World Vision Donation Tree are (left to right) Jacob Carlos, Angelica Gervais and Nikki Denomme,
St. James Catholic School, Senior French Immersion Students.

December 18, 2007 - In December the senior wing staff and students of St. James Catholic School in Lively launched a Christmas fundraising project in hopes of filling a stable with animals for a third world community in conjunction with the World Vision Organization. The stable will provide food, fuel, wood, income and fertilizer to a community in need to help break the cycle of poverty.

The goal of $1,200 was achieved within two weeks through generous family donations and with proceeds from ticket sales from a Christmas semi-formal dance.



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