Saint Mary raises Pennies for Pets


Saint Mary Catholic School celebrated Catholic Schools Week from January 29-February 4. The students engaged in activities that focused on the value of a Catholic education and its contributions to their church, their communities and our nation. To contribute to their community, coins are being collected for different organizations each month. During the month of January, a Pennies for Pets campaign was held, and funds were presented to the Highland County Humane Society on Monday, Feb. 13. The money will go to food and supplies for the cats and dogs at the shelter. Pictured are Jodi Reno, left, PTG president, and Darlene Smith, principal, right, presenting a check to a Humane Society representative, not identified.


Saint Mary Catholic School celebrated Catholic Schools Week from January 29-February 4. The students engaged in activities that focused on the value of a Catholic education and its contributions to their church, their communities and our nation. To contribute to their community, coins are being collected for different organizations each month. During the month of January, a Pennies for Pets campaign was held, and funds were presented to the Highland County Humane Society on Monday, Feb. 13. The money will go to food and supplies for the cats and dogs at the shelter. Pictured are Jodi Reno, left, PTG president, and Darlene Smith, principal, right, presenting a check to a Humane Society representative, not identified.

Saint Mary Catholic School celebrated Catholic Schools Week from January 29-February 4. The students engaged in activities that focused on the value of a Catholic education and its contributions to their church, their communities and our nation. To contribute to their community, coins are being collected for different organizations each month. During the month of January, a Pennies for Pets campaign was held, and funds were presented to the Highland County Humane Society on Monday, Feb. 13. The money will go to food and supplies for the cats and dogs at the shelter. Pictured are Jodi Reno, left, PTG president, and Darlene Smith, principal, right, presenting a check to a Humane Society representative, not identified.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_penny-donations.jpgSaint Mary Catholic School celebrated Catholic Schools Week from January 29-February 4. The students engaged in activities that focused on the value of a Catholic education and its contributions to their church, their communities and our nation. To contribute to their community, coins are being collected for different organizations each month. During the month of January, a Pennies for Pets campaign was held, and funds were presented to the Highland County Humane Society on Monday, Feb. 13. The money will go to food and supplies for the cats and dogs at the shelter. Pictured are Jodi Reno, left, PTG president, and Darlene Smith, principal, right, presenting a check to a Humane Society representative, not identified.
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