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Holy Trinity Thankful for Community Support

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Pictured here are Holy Trinity Catholic School Grade 3 students:
Standing holding the cheque: Ava Massimiliano and Jerrell Alexander
Sitting with their favourite books: Isiah Nahwegezhic and Mya Massimiliano

December 3, 2015 - John Steinbeck is quoted as saying, “I guess there are never enough books. ”The school community at Holy Trinity Catholic School feels the same! They would like to extend a heartfelt THANK YOU to all who generously donated to this year’s ADOPT-A-SCHOOL campaign. Each and every contribution is greatly appreciated! At the end of this autumn’s 2-week campaign a grand total of $8,139.00 was gathered for Holy Trinity to use to add to the school’s library collection.

But, that is not all… on December 2nd, 2015, the staff of the local Chapters and Coles stores dropped by Holy Trinity to officially kick-off “Giving Tuesday” by “giving back” to our school community through the donation of a collection of treasured books (each employee suggested their favourite children’s book to donate to the school).

In another surprise twist – the store representatives opened a large poster tied in a bright red ribbon to reveal yet another donation of $5000.00!! These additional funds will go far towards helping encourage the love of reading for every student at Holy Trinity Catholic School.

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