Mercy Me!

July 29, 2019 at 12:37 p.m.
Mercy Me!
Mercy Me!


Fourth Grade Students at St. James School, Red Bank, put their Religion studies of the Ten Commandments and Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy to work in a Lenten project when they conducted a clothing drive that netted almost 1,000 pounds of gently used clothing, shoes, stuffed animals and blankets and linens and gave them to the Red Cross in Monmouth County for distribution. In this courtesy photo, the kids smiling broadly on the school steps with just some of the yield they inspired.

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Fourth Grade Students at St. James School, Red Bank, put their Religion studies of the Ten Commandments and Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy to work in a Lenten project when they conducted a clothing drive that netted almost 1,000 pounds of gently used clothing, shoes, stuffed animals and blankets and linens and gave them to the Red Cross in Monmouth County for distribution. In this courtesy photo, the kids smiling broadly on the school steps with just some of the yield they inspired.

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