O'Hara Students Provide Hope for Haiti Students at Archbishop O’Hara High School are joining efforts with students across the nation to provide hope for those affected by the devastating earthquakes in Haiti. Students planned and participated in a prayer service for the people of Haiti on Thursday, January 21. As students entered the gymnasium for prayer a collection was taken. Additional collections are scheduled for Monday and Tuesday of this week at lunches. The National Honor Society is selling ice cream after school to help Haiti. All money collected will be donated to Catholic Relief Services for Haitian relief.
Under the direction of Geography teacher Mr. Efrem Gutteridge, members of the freshmen class also brought items to create hygiene kits that will be distributed by Heart to Heart.Last Week's Poll Results Should the City of Regulate who Raytowners can use for their trash hauling service? Yes . . . . 41% No . . . . 58%