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St. Vincent de Paul students dressed as their favorite storybook character Wednesday as part of the school’s Catholic Schools Week activities. Pictured are, from  left, Skippy John Jones, aka Jackson Mentzer, grade three; Nutcracker ballet dancer, Hailey Frazeť, grade two; Snow White, Audrey Auchard, grade three; Red Riding Hood, Annet John, kindergarten; Thing 1, Kira Bielecki, grade six; and Halt, Patrick Ziegman, grade eight.
St. Vincent de Paul students dressed as their favorite storybook character Wednesday as part of the school’s Catholic Schools Week activities. Pictured are, from left, Skippy John Jones, aka Jackson Mentzer, grade three; Nutcracker ballet dancer, Hailey Frazeť, grade two; Snow White, Audrey Auchard, grade three; Red Riding Hood, Annet John, kindergarten; Thing 1, Kira Bielecki, grade six; and Halt, Patrick Ziegman, grade eight. (Photo by Virgil Shipley) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
September 27, 2012 9:23 am EDT

 

MOUNT VERNON — St. Vincent de Paul School is celebrating Catholic Schools Week with a variety of activities.

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The celebration kicked off Friday, Sept. 21 with an evening Sock Hop and the St. Vincent de Paul Liturgy on Sunday. Tuesday was “Bring a Friend to Breakfast” and “Mismatch” Day. On Wednesday, the students dressed as their favorite storybook character and shared books and games with the school family. Today, St. Vincent de Paul Feast Day features a school mass in the morning and a procession to the Public Square with donations to Interchurch Social Services food pantry. Friday will be St. Vincent Spirit Day and students will be treated to a cookout for lunch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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