The following is a press release from St. Agnes.
A group of sixth grade students from St. Agnes School in West Chester gathered this weekend to do their part to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
The students gathered at The Kitchen Studio at Pine Street, a kitchen a bath showroom in West Goshen, and spent Saturday, November 10, baking breads. After a day of measuring and mixing, the group had baked over 60 loaves of pumpkin/chocolate chip breads. On Monday, November 12, the breads will be delivered to a shelter in Egg Harbor Township for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
In addition to helping those in need, the baking service project also was part of St. Agnes School's goal of "140 Acts of Kindness," a schoolwide project in celebration of St. Agnes' 140th anniversary this year.
"St. Agnes has always emphasized community and service," said Brendon Dolan, owner of The Kitchen Studio at Pine Street and father of sixth grade volunteer Peter Dolan. "For these students, today was truly a lesson in loving one another and helping one's neighbor." For more information about The Kitchen Studio at Pine Street, visit www.pinestreetcarpenters.com or www.facebook.com/pinestreetcarpenters.