St. Monica Middle School students. Photo courtesy of Krista Pittiglio

St. Monica students help feed needy families

  • Thursday, April 20, 2017 3:30pm
  • Life

St. Monica Middle School students volunteered at Northwest Harvest on March 30, packing 2,800 pounds of bulk pasta into packages suitable for distribution to families in need.

For more on St. Monica, see https://stmonicasea.org/.

St. Monica Middle School students volunteer at Northwest Harvest. Photo courtesy of Krista Pittiglio

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