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St. James Community Generously Supports the Sudbury Infant Food Bank

Students Reese Babcock and Roman Leblanc help load up the generous donations for the Sudbury Infant Food Bank.

December 8, 2011 - The St. James C3 (Catholic, Community and Culture) Student Council decided there was no better way to celebrate the Christmas season than by helping other children in need. Upon hearing that the Sudbury Infant Food Bank is running a Christmas campaign to help raise funds and supplies for Greater Sudbury’s most vulnerable; babies and young children, the students planned a theme day in support of this campaign. The generosity of the families of St. James School is evident in the carloads of donations of diapers, baby wipes, baby food jars, baby cereal, gift certificates and money donations.



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