Learning with the Brown Foundation
While at the presentation, students visited vendor stations with proposal ideas for using grant money. Students were able to practice hanging drywall, see gardening techniques, learn the effects of drunk driving and pet different types of reptiles. St. Charles Borromeo received $5,275 and will use the funds for events at Ormond Nursing Home and feeding the homeless in New Orleans.
Pictured are Olivia Lege, Taylor DeJean, Emily Rigby, Christian galey, Zachary Corzo and Joshua Hotard.
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