HR students donate to Pediatric Care and Concern Clinic


First Posted: 5/29/2013

Holy Rosary School, in Duryea, under the leadership of Ms. Kathleen Gilmartin, recently made a donation to the Pediatric Care and Concern Clinic at St. John the Evangelist in Pittston. The gift of $952 was presented to Msgr. Bendik after the May Crowning mass. The school collected this money as a service project called Spread the Love throughout Lent. Every time a child brought in $1, they got to put their name on a heart to be hung in their classroom. The class with the highest collection was awarded an ice cream party . The third grade class won and was thrilled with their treat. Holy Rosary School students who recently made a donation to the Pediatric Care and Concern Clinic are, from left, kneeling, Cole Lisowski, Alexis Szydlowski, Ava Corcoran, Liam McDonald, Maci Bulzoni and Owen Kresge. Second row, Alana Craig, Lilliana Paglianite, Maddie Miller, Ryan Schlegel, Angelo Spigarelli, Maryn Cosgrove, Caroline Karotko and Brody Spindler. Third row, Cassondra Chesneak, Brady Bilbow, Evan McCoy, Avery Becker, Chase Sciandra, Connor Tully, Jack Sanguedolce, Giuliana Latona, Juliana Menendez, R.J. Gernhardt, Jaelynn Kovac and Gunnar Zaledonis. Fourth row, Mrs. Lisa Simkulak, pre-School teacher; Ms. Kathy Gilmartin, Jeremy Cawley, Deacon Jim, Nicholas Mazzarelli, Msgr. Bendick, Alexis Bressman, Kalley Kovaleski, Matt McGlynn and Ceci Newhart, altar servers.

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