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Eye on MI | Baskets of love

Seventh and third graders from St. Monica School are working on the school’s annual “Project Easter Basket” where students put together baskets for every student at a Seattle K - 8 school in need. Baskets include a toy, game or book and of course, Easter candy. The project is made possible each year by St. Monica parishioners and families. The Easter Baskets are delivered to the Seattle school during Holy Week. Back row from left are 7th graders McKenna Malone, Anna Peters, Jack Moffitt, Nicole Moe and Max Mazure. Front from left, 3rd graders Alvaro DeLucas, Piper Newman, Kira Wilson and Joey Ferullo. - Contributed photo
Seventh and third graders from St. Monica School are working on the school’s annual “Project Easter Basket” where students put together baskets for every student at a Seattle K - 8 school in need. Baskets include a toy, game or book and of course, Easter candy. The project is made possible each year by St. Monica parishioners and families. The Easter Baskets are delivered to the Seattle school during Holy Week. Back row from left are 7th graders McKenna Malone, Anna Peters, Jack Moffitt, Nicole Moe and Max Mazure. Front from left, 3rd graders Alvaro DeLucas, Piper Newman, Kira Wilson and Joey Ferullo.
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Seventh and third graders from St. Monica School are working on the school’s annual “Project Easter Basket” where students put together baskets for every student at a Seattle K - 8 school in need. Baskets include a toy, game or book and of course, Easter candy. The project is made possible each year by St. Monica parishioners and families. The Easter Baskets are delivered to the Seattle school during Holy Week.

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