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St. Anne Angels Do Their Part


May 9, 2011 - The grade 8 students at St. Anne School did their part on Monday, May 2nd when they participated in a school yard and community clean up. St. Anne Angels went out into the community to leave ditches and neighbouring properties litter free. Bailey Laforest, Ericka Blouin, and Nick Cranley were 3 of the 63 students in attendance that day. This day marked the beginning of the Sudbury Catholic Board's Education week and highlighted Monday's theme of hospitality. "I think it is important for us to help out in the community and to set an example for the younger students at our school," said student Nick Cranley. The staff and students of St. Anne School in Hanmer were very appreciative of the efforts made by the grade 8 pupils. Way to go Angels!



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