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Infant Jesus of Prague School Students Give Thanks by Sharing with Others

Infant Jesus of Prague School Students Give Thanks by Sharing with Others

 

Generosity found its way into the hearts of the students and staff at Infant Jesus of Prague School during the Thanksgiving Holiday. Boxes of macaroni and cheese, cans of creamed corn and other items lined the hallways of the school. Students showed gratitude through giving.

Their contributions were made to the food pantry of St. Vincent de Paul. The organization picked up the contributions on Monday, November 19, 2012. Students of Ms. Stacey Swanson’s class were particularly giving. Parker Brown, a 2nd grade student said, “We have enough to eat for Thanksgiving. We gave so that other people have enough to eat for Thanksgiving.”

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SouthSide November 20, 2012 at 07:15 PM
Yay! I love IJP School and St. Vincent de Paul!

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