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Students reach out for community service

CARLSBAD — Students at St. Patrick Catholic School have begun a new program to help those in need in their own community and are looking for suggestions.The students have launched a new program called “St. Pat’s Angels.” The program helps students find ways to give back to their local community through service hours. Students can look through a database of service opportunities and choose one or more service events.

“Whether it’s delivering a birthday cake to someone living in an assisted living home or participating in a local clean-up day, we want to help,” said Ramsey Barcik-Weisman, Program Co-chair. “There are so many different ways to serve and we want to put our faith into action. Our students will quickly learn the joy of giving and hopefully carry that in their hearts for the rest of their lives.”

Currently, the St. Pat’s Angels program is seeking feedback from the public on ways to serve. They are looking for wish requests from organizations and individuals in the North County Coastal area. To make a service request, e-mail StPatricksAngels@gmail.com

 

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