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Posted on Feb 26, 2016 |

Seton Students Share Sisterhood Beyond the School Gates

Seton Students Share Sisterhood Beyond the School Gates

Students representing the four Seton Houses of student government  -- McConnell, Emmits, Segale and Cedar -- counting and sorting clothes during the Spread the Sisterhood Drive: junior Jess Ginn, senior Paola Rios, senior Mackenzie Dugan, senior Lauren Aug, and freshman Chloe Maune.

Students representing the four Seton Houses of student government — McConnell, Emmits, Segale and Cedar — counting and sorting clothes during the Spread the Sisterhood Drive: junior Jess Ginn, senior Paola Rios, senior Mackenzie Dugan, senior Lauren Aug, and freshman Chloe Maune.

Students at Seton High School (Price Hill/Cincinnati) collected more than 100 bags of clothing, coats, shoes, canned food, and toys for the school’s “Spread the Sisterhood” drive this winter.

Inspired by attending the Anthony Munoz Leadership Conference, last year students created a “Spark the Sisterhood” day to build camaraderie within the school. This year, student leaders expanded the program to include the larger community.

“The Spread the Sisterhood Drive has become a big deal among all of the students,” said senior Taylor Frommeyer. “Over the past two weeks our four house bins have been constantly full of many clothes, shoes, jackets and items that we will soon be able to donate. We’ve collected so much and it truly feels amazing to know that we are going to help so many people!”

Photo courtesy Seton High School.

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