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St. Joseph Shoe Collection
Date: 12/6/2012 Album ID: 1577846
Photos by York Dispatch
St. Nicholas greets children as they arrive for school at St. Joseph's on Kingston Road, Thursday December 6, 2012.The school, with the help of students, parents and parishioners, collected more than 400 pairs of shoes during their 2nd annual Shoe Collection. The shoes were then donated to the Catholic Harvest Food Pantry, The Children's Home of York and the Lehman Center. John A. Pavoncello photos - jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com
Alexandrea Bielecki, 11, left, and Megan Shears, 12, gather donated shoes at St. Joseph's on Kingston Road, Thursday December 6, 2012.The school, with the help of students, parents and parishioners,collected more than 400 pairs of shoes during their 2nd annual Shoe Collection. The shoes were then donated to the Catholic Harvest Food Pantry, The Children's  Home of York and the Lehman Center,
John A. Pavoncello photos - jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com
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Alexandrea Bielecki, 11 in sixth grade, organizes donated shoes at St. Joseph's on Kingston Road, Thursday December 6, 2012.The school, with the help of students, parents and parishioners,collected more than 400 pairs of shoes during their 2nd annual Shoe Collection. The shoes were then donated to the Catholic Harvest Food Pantry, The Children's  Home of York and the Lehman Center,
John A. Pavoncello photos - jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com
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Parent Dave Willimas, dressed as St. Nicholas, greets children as they arrive for school at St. Joseph's on Kingston Road, Thursday December 6, 2012.The school, with the help of students, parents and parishioners,collected more than 400 pairs of shoes during their 2nd annual Shoe Collection. The shoes were then donated to the Catholic Harvest Food Pantry, The Children's  Home of York and the Lehman Center,
John A. Pavoncello photos - jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com
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