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St. Bernadette Rises to the Canned Food Drive Challenge

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St. Bernadette students Kiersten Goudreau (JK) and Bella Clark in (Grade 2) showcase some of the cans their school has collected to support the annual canned food drive at St. Charles College.

October 11, 2011 - In support of the annual St. Charles College canned food drive, St. Bernadette students got a head start with their own canned food collection. In two weeks time, the New Sudbury elementary school collected a total of 1700 cans to add to the St. Charles College collection in support of the Sudbury Food Bank. Diana Salvador, St. Bernadette principal was thrilled with the student support for this initiative. “Our students really answered the call when the challenge was put forth by our St. Charles College family.” Salvador stated. “I am quite proud of their efforts, and congratulate them for once again helping to support such a great cause!”

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