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St. Patrick’s ‘Cyclone Aid’ Set to Hit the Streets This Saturday

Students, staff and community volunteers from St. Patrick’s Catholic High School will canvass the city for non-perishable food items in support of the Inn of the Good Shepherd this Saturday, April 1st.

Volunteers will stop by homes from 9:00 a.m. until noon and canvass as many neighbourhoods as possible.  Residents are asked to leave their donations on their porches.  Donations that don’t get picked up can be dropped off at the school until 3:00 p.m.

“Members of our Cyclone Aid Committee and Student Council have been working hard to promote this tremendous event,” says Vanessa Borody, a staff advisor for the Cyclone Aid Committee. 

As volunteers return to the school with their collections, they can stay and help sort the hundreds of boxes of donated items.  Volunteers are treated to a hot dog lunch and students can obtain volunteer hours. 

All donations go to support the Inn of the Good Shepherd.

“On behalf of the St. Patrick’s family, we want to say ‘thank you’ to the people of Sarnia and Bright’s Grove for their unwavering support over the years,” says Frank Torti, Principal of St. Patrick’s Catholic High School.  “None of this is possible without you!”

St. Patrick’s Catholic High School Cyclone Aid Committee