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SJRS pennies aids Ronald McDonald House

  • JOE PLASKO/TIMES NEWS
    JOE PLASKO/TIMES NEWS
Published November 23. 2010 05:00PM

The students of St. Jerome Regional School, Tamaqua, have conducted a Penny Drive to help the Ronald McDonald House SHARE A NIGHT program. The money raised by students helps families stay together during a child's illness. For every $15 raised, a light will be lit on Ronald McDonald House in the name of St. Jerome Regional School. The student Mission representatives whol helped coordinate the project are eighth graders, from left, Bridgette Rossi, Annette Ritzko and Rachel Meier.

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