Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Troy: Sacred Heart Elementary Gets Visit from Tri-City Valley Cats Mascot

The Students at Sacred Heart School had reading by the tail!

Sacred Heart is an elementary school on the east side of Troy that serves children three through 12 years of age. The school supports families, the first educators of children. Together, the school and its families encourage students to become involved, responsible, contributing members of the church and the community.

SouthPaw, the Tri-City Valley Cats Minor League Baseball mascot, recently came to the school and visited the students, thanking them for having participated in the Read for the Ronald McDonald House Program.  
SouthPaw spoke to the children about the importance of community participation and the difference each of us can make. Keeping track of the minutes read during March turned into money donated to the Albany Ronald McDonald House.

Jennie Grey

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Education reporter
The Saratogian and The Record newspapers
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Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
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