On Saturday, Dec. 2, eighth grade students from St. Clare Catholic School participated in a St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Church electronics recycling community project for service hours in preparation for Confirmation this spring. The main purpose of their service project is to help families rid themselves of unwanted electronics items, appliances and electronic components that cannot be disposed of in normal trash in an effort to help protect the environment.
On Saturday, Dec. 2, eighth grade students from St. Clare Catholic School participated in a St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Church electronics recycling community project for service hours in preparation for Confirmation this spring. The main purpose of their service project is to help families rid themselves of unwanted electronics items, appliances and electronic components that cannot be disposed of in normal trash in an effort to help protect the environment. Provided
On Saturday, Dec. 2, eighth grade students from St. Clare Catholic School participated in a St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Church electronics recycling community project for service hours in preparation for Confirmation this spring. The main purpose of their service project is to help families rid themselves of unwanted electronics items, appliances and electronic components that cannot be disposed of in normal trash in an effort to help protect the environment. Provided

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