Weekly Feature



2015-04-17 / Education

GOOD EATS



— Students at Cardinal O’Hara High School in the Town of Tonawanda recently ate their way to achieving funds for an outreach program at “Pi and Pie Day.” Getting ready to enjoy their pie are Kelli O’Donnell of Buffalo, left, and Gina Draksic of the Town of Tonawanda. O’Hara’s event was celebrated on a date close to March 14. The event was coordinated by the Good Samaritan Club, moderated by Jeanne Wantz, club moderator, to raise funds for Compass House. Staff, students and parents were asked to bake a pie for that day and after judging, slices of each pie were sold in the student dining room at lunch. Proceeds will be presented to Compass House along with peanut butter, jelly, some personal care items and more than 60 pairs of jeans brought in at a recent PB&J student fundraiser. — Students at Cardinal O’Hara High School in the Town of Tonawanda recently ate their way to achieving funds for an outreach program at “Pi and Pie Day.” Getting ready to enjoy their pie are Kelli O’Donnell of Buffalo, left, and Gina Draksic of the Town of Tonawanda. O’Hara’s event was celebrated on a date close to March 14. The event was coordinated by the Good Samaritan Club, moderated by Jeanne Wantz, club moderator, to raise funds for Compass House. Staff, students and parents were asked to bake a pie for that day and after judging, slices of each pie were sold in the student dining room at lunch. Proceeds will be presented to Compass House along with peanut butter, jelly, some personal care items and more than 60 pairs of jeans brought in at a recent PB&J student fundraiser.

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