Saturday, November 23, 2002

Clermont kids learn to help those in need

[photo] Parent Diane Rowe and Morgan Wolfe, 9, pack a sandwich at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School.
(Glenn Hartong photo)
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It was a busy week at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School in Clermont County. The students, grades 1-5, assembled 900 lunches for clients at Franciscan at St. John in Over-the-Rhine. In April students at St. Andrew in Milford, St. Elizabeth's sister school, will prepare lunches.

School officials hope the project will teach children the importance of taking care of the less fortunate.

The lunches include bologna sandwiches with cheese enclosed, pretzels, a juice box and an apple. Thriftway supplied the food.

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