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St. Patrick School Celebrates "Socktober"

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St. Patrick School students collected socks for the homeless of Morris County Credits: St. Patrick School
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St. Patrick School students donate 800 pairs of socks for the homeless of Morris County Credits: St. Patrick School
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During the month of October, St. Patrick School’s Student Council collected nearly 800 pairs of men's, women's, and children's socks for the homeless of Morris County. 

St. Patrick School families gave generously and helped accumulate a considerable collection of socks to help those in need. On Nov. 2, SPS Student Council officers visited Family Promise of Morris County, where they met Director of Development & Community Relations, Dominique Tornabe. 

Officers Mary Kate Vowells (President), Molly Farrell (Vice President), DJ Carini (Treasurer), Alex Greene (Secretary), and Luke Johnson (Historian) enjoyed meeting Ms. Tornabe and look forward to a continued relationship between Family Promise and St. Patrick School.

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Educating students since 1872, Saint Patrick School is rich in tradition and heavily invested in faith and family. Ours is a nurturing, supportive environment that thrives from the contributions of all of its members. With the help of faculty, staff and parents, Saint Patrick School is a place where children grow both academically and spiritually.

 





 

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To the Editor:

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