Friday, 17 February 2017 15:12

Spa Catholic Pitches In for Code Blue

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Cheryl Ann Murphy-Parant is the Director of CODE BLUE and an advocate for those who need warmth and nourishment for their hearts and their souls. On February 14, Saratoga Central Catholic School invited her to visit the school and was presented with some special gifts. Saratoga Central Catholic’s Class of 2018 had a fun-filled dance in January which included all the area Catholic High Schools. Besides lots of dancing, the main goal of this Winter Blizzard Dance was to raise money for Saratoga Springs CODE BLUE. The Class of 2020, during Catholic Schools Week, collected warm weather items for individuals who visit and stay at CODE BLUE on cold winter nights. The Art Club made baskets full of treats for CODE BLUE. Murphy-Parant was presented with baskets of sweet treats made by the Art Club, the Class of 2020 gave warm clothing to share and the Class of 2018 gave Murphy-Parant a check for $1,000 for CODE BLUE. Shown in the photo are the 2018 Class Adviser, Mrs. Holmes (far left, red sweater), Principal Lombard (rear) and Ms. Cheryl Ann Murphy-Parant, Director of CODE BLUE (front center with flowers) with the following students left to right: Olivia Lawrence, Haley Richardson, Anna Wengert, Lauren Maher, Katie West, Grace Fornabia, Aidan Arciero, Tyler Haraden, Aiden Lambert, Sam Haraden and Samantha Mamone.
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