Thankfulness kicks off Holy Trinity Warmth Drive


Staff Report



Holy Trinity School fifth grade students proudly display the cut adn tie blankets that they helped make for those who need some extra warmth this winter.

Holy Trinity School fifth grade students proudly display the cut adn tie blankets that they helped make for those who need some extra warmth this winter.


The Tuesday before Thanksgiving, Holy Trinity School faculty and students spent time together reflecting on the virtue of gratitude. It was an exceptional day as we worked to present gratitude to our students. They showed gratitude for all that they have by making blankets for others. They showed gratitude for the school community by working together to solve team-building problems, and writing down that for which they are most grateful on a piece of paper and took the “links” in the form of a paper chain, to the foot of the altar and presented them to Jesus at Holy Trinity Church.

Being grateful is not only beneficial because it boosts our spirit, it can also be beneficial for our physical life.

The Holy Trinity School community invites area residents to help with their Warmth Drive, now through Dec. 21.

As the cold weather season is inching closer, they want to make sure we give a little help to those who may need it to stay warmer this winter. They will accept your new or gently used donations of coats, hats, scarves, gloves, mittens, socks and blankets – any winter wear that you may not need anymore. Just drop them at Holy Trinity School in Assumption from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. weekdays, through Dec. 21, and they will make certain that they are in the hands of someone who needs them.

These items will be given to the St. Vincent de Paul Society, as well as other needy organizations in Toledo, this Christmas season.

Holy Trinity School fifth grade students proudly display the cut adn tie blankets that they helped make for those who need some extra warmth this winter.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2016/12/web1_HolyTrinity-Thankful-Blankets-1.jpgHoly Trinity School fifth grade students proudly display the cut adn tie blankets that they helped make for those who need some extra warmth this winter.

Staff Report