St. Paul students celebrate community workers

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  • Photos provided by Ramona Adams Bakers Caroline DiSimone, Ava Dunado and Charlotte Furman of Mrs. Julie Skinner's are baking up tasty treats.

  • Mrs. Crissy Gargano's class has many community helpers.

  • Firefighters Nicholas Abrignani and Matthew Giudice of Mrs. Kathleen Dwyer's class are ready for any fire emergency.

  • Officer Kelissa Blair of Ms. Katrina Powers three-years old class is keeping us safe.

MONROE — The students of St. Paul Christian Education Center in Monroe recently designed, built and painted an entire town to celebrate all the workers who support the community.

October is Community Helper Month at St. Paul. The children learn about the special people who help us and keep us safe; they, too, can be helpers.

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