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Seventh-graders at the school on Briarcliff Road participated in the event this week.
Carmen Graciaa, the school's director of faith formation, took the award this year.
The Catholic school collects beverage can pull taps to support the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
Second-grader Jamison Katz got his classmates to donate $1 in exchange for one out-of-uniform day.
Veterans from several American wars attended.
Several second grade students who share the same birthday asked friends to donate books to the school's library.
Back to School
Seventh-graders will begin using the tablet computers as well, expanding a program included only eighth-graders at the Catholic school last year.
Nancy Ramos, an eighth-grader, won the award for her 281 hours of community service in just one year.
Target gave the school the $700 grant that will allow the class to visit the Tellus Museum in Cartersville.
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