BAYONNE, NJ - Though their doors may be closing in June there’s plenty of generosity still coming out of Marist High School.

On Monday, Peter Kane, the school’s president shared that he had donated personal protective devices and supplies, including  protective masks, gowns, sanitizing wipes that were used as part of the school’s Mequest program – a training program for potential medical students run out of the school since 2008, to Bayonne Medical Center to help deal with shortages as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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