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The traditional southern meals were cooked by Bronxite and longtime friend of Br. Sherlog, Gloria Williams, who has done so for the past 23 years

Cardinal Hayes Students At Rescue Mission

(l-r) Cardinal Hayes’ Mamadou Diallo, deacon Radcliffe, Benjamin Santos and Ryan Napoleon lent a helping hand to local homeless men and women.
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Several Cardinal Hayes High School students celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 15 by serving 300 meals to homeless men and women at the New York City Rescue Mission. The traditional southern meals were cooked by Bronxite and longtime friend of Br. Sherlog, Gloria Williams, who has done so for the past 23 years.

Posted 12:00 am, February 1, 2018
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