Live from Kosovo

Live from Kosovo
During Catholic Schools Week this past January, Resurrection Catholic School, Cherry Hill,  students collected supplies to send to the soldiers who are serving in the New Jersey Army National Guard’s 1-150th AHB (Assault Helicopter Battalion) stationed at Lakehurst, N.J., and deployed to the Republic of Kosovo. Twenty-six boxes of supplies (shampoo, body wash, gummy bears/worms, beef jerky, toothpaste, toothbrushes, and other personal hygiene items) were sent, along with more than 200 cards made by RCS students. Resurrection Catholic School dad, Dave Long, is a member of the unit that received the donations from the RCS students and appeared on WRCS-TV March 19 via FaceTime to thank the school, on behalf of his unit. Long’s daughter, Ally, read their thank you letter to the students and interviewed her dad while a slideshow of the thankful soldiers played in the background, To check out the full interview, visit the RCS website, www.RCSCherryHill.com

During Catholic Schools Week this past January, Resurrection Catholic School, Cherry Hill, students collected supplies to send to the soldiers who are serving in the New Jersey Army National Guard’s 1-150th AHB (Assault Helicopter Battalion) stationed at Lakehurst, N.J., and deployed to the Republic of Kosovo. Twenty-six boxes of supplies (shampoo, body wash, gummy bears/worms, beef jerky, toothpaste, toothbrushes, and other personal hygiene items) were sent, along with more than 200 cards made by RCS students. Resurrection Catholic School dad, Dave Long, is a member of the unit that received the donations from the RCS students and appeared on WRCS-TV March 19 via FaceTime to thank the school, on behalf of his unit. Long’s daughter, Ally, read their thank you letter to the students and interviewed her dad while a slideshow of the thankful soldiers played in the background, To check out the full interview, visit the RCS website, www.RCSCherryHill.com

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