Key Club members make sandwiches with Our Lady of Fatima students for St. Vincent de Paul Society

On Tuesday, January 22, Key Club members gathered at Our Lady of Fatima Elementary School to make sandwiches for St. Vincent de Paul.

Our Lady of Fatima students and Key Club members went to Mrs. Grammar’s classroom to make sandwiches for those in need. Mrs. Grammar is a sixth grade teacher at Our Lady of Fatima. Each bag contained a sandwich and condiments to go with it.

The Fatima students talked to the Key Club members about St. Patrick and their high school experiences. The Fatima students enjoyed the service project as well as visiting with St. Patrick students about their service projects. The students were very happy to be able to help those who are less fortunate than them. The St. Patrick students set a great example for the younger students who are looking up to them. The students had so much fun making sandwiches together for the homeless. The Our Lady of Fatima students were grateful and happy to be participating in such a meaningful experience with each other. They made 200 sandwiches to give away to Our Lady of Fatima’s St. Vincent de Paul.

The Key Club participates in service projects throughout the year. Mrs. Sutherlin is the Key Club sponsor for St. Patrick. The Key Club members enjoy participating in service projects that will help the community. Key Club member Isabell Alexander said, ”It is very important to help those in need because we have so much to give back to the community.”

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Story by Sarah Alexander