Middle School students make pillow cases for Mount Alverno residents
From left are students Juliet Lepe, Sara Truncali, Nicole Ramirez, Bria Metzger, Matt Tomko, Gillian Perez and Shannon Halligan. Students not present for this photo include Tori Anderson, Julia Keys, Patrick Valentine and Medina Rier.
Mount Alverno resident Louise Contento shares a happy moment with Nicole Ramirez who presented her with a handcrafted pillowcase.
Medina Rier presented a pillowcase and described it in detail for Mount Alverno resident Frances Mauser, who is visually impaired.
Mount Alverno residents, from left, Yolanda Von Keviczky, Rose Ozello and Eileen Wills are pleased with their new pillowcases.
WARWICK — Seventh- and eighth-grade home and careers students from Warwick Valley Middle School presented handmade pillow cases to residents of Mount Alverno Center on March 20.
The students made the pillow cases after school with material donated by Neil DeMarino, and then presented the cases as part of the Bon Secours Warwick Health Foundation’s Make This House A Home program, which aims to make living more comfortable for people living at Mount Alverno and nearby Schervier Pavilion.
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