Holy Trinity students serve needy in Appalachia

A group of 43 Holy Trinity middle and high school students traveled to Floyd and Johnson counties in Appalachia March 8-10.

The students spent their time making repairs on the homes of six needy families. The group also used $650, raised earlier in the year, to purchase groceries, cleaning and personal hygiene products for Hand in Hand’s Food & Supplies Pantry.

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