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Wyoming Area Catholic students fulfill holiday wishes

February 20. 2013 12:08AM
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Wyoming Area Catholic School held its annual Giving Tree Project. As part of the project, a Christmas tree is placed in the school's front hallway with attached angel ornaments. The ornaments hold the Christmas wishes of children and young adults from the surrounding area. Students from pre-kindergarten to eighth grades select an ornament and purchase the gift mentioned on it. The gifts are personally delivered prior to Christmas. Organizers of this year's project were Josephine Toomey, Dana Ungureit, Ann Meszczynski and fifth-grade students. With some of the gifts are fifth-grade representatives, from left, Carl Yastremski, Ethan Cegelka, Samantha Yencha, Richard Morris and Camyrn Cassetori.

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