South Holland honors Seton Academy for its community service

2014-02-02T00:00:00Z South Holland honors Seton Academy for its community serviceFor The Times
February 02, 2014 12:00 am  • 

SOUTH HOLLAND | Seniors Cameron Marshbanks, president of Seton Academy Student Council, and Melanie McCoy accepted a Service Award on behalf of Seton Academy from Village President Don DeGraff  at the Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration on Jan. 18 at Covenant United Church of Christ, 1130 E. 154th St.

The award was presented as a result of the communitywide food drive the Seton students conduct every year that benefits the local Catholic Charities regional office. This service project is one of many to which the students are dedicated. Currently, they are collecting Jeans for Teens to be donated to those children across the country that are in desperate need of apparel. If you have any gently used jeans that you would like to donate, drop them off at Seton Academy, at 16100 Seton Drive in South Holland.

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