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"Operation Christmas Child" in Full Swing at St. Andrew

Pictured are Mariah MacDonald grade 6, Morgan Sheppard grade 2, Rachel Uguccioni grade 4 and Caleb Boissoneau grade 3 as they helped load up boxes for dropoff at the local central station.

November 22, 2012 - Staff and students from St. Andrew Catholic Elementary School have taken on the Operation Christmas Child Project as a Social Justice project during the month of November. On the website of Operation Christmas Child it says:"Operation Christmas Child brings joy and hope to children in desparate situations around the world through gift-filled shoe boxes and the message of God's unconditional love. Every gift-filled shoe box is given unconditionally regardless of religion, gender or race." We are very proud of the generosity of the staff, the students and many of their families for all of their support for this project.



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