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School Works as a Team to Support Community

Pictured are Grade 8 student volunteers, Melissa Newcombe, Emily Jones, and Andrea Robinson and parent Council chair, Carla O'Campo.

May 16, 2011 - St. David School parent Council, along with parent and community volunteers support the Donovan and Flour Mill communities by hosting a "Community Closet" every month at St. David Catholic School. The volunteers collect gently used clothing, toys, books and home appliances throughout each month and then offer these items to community members, students and families in need. The volunteers include grade 8 students, parents and community members wanting to support their neighbours. The "community closet" will start again in September 2011, when the next school year begins. St. David parent Council, "thanks everyone for their generosity and support". They "appreciate the donations and feel great that they were able to give back to their community".



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