Saint Joseph’s School’s Serves Angel Tree Dinner for Homeless

Eighth grade students, faculty, staff, and parents from Saint Joseph’s Episcopal School served a Christmas meal for nearly fifty homeless and underprivileged families at Holy Redeemer Episcopal Church in Lake Worth on December 11th. In addition to collecting the food and cooking the meal, which included baked ham and all the trimmings, Saint Joseph’s School and Church families donated new work shoes for men in need. There were gifts, as well, for the children, as all who came enjoyed an early Christmas. Charlotte Rowley, President of the Saint Joseph’s Student Council commented, “I have looked forward to this event since I was in elementary school, and the experience proved to be more moving and rewarding than I ever could have imagined.”

Saint Joseph’s, founded in 1958, is an FCIS and FKC accredited, academic and arts preparatory school serving children ages one through three at its Early Childhood Academy, and pre-Kindergarten through grade eight on its main campus. Visit www.sjsonline.org.

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