Thursday, December 6, 2012

Caritas in Omnibus

In October it was the CMH Haunted House to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project as well as each fall sport, team service project.

In November is was the NHS Thanksgiving Food Drive which provided Thanksgiving baskets for family celebrations for 50 needy Waukesha families.  Also, on Thanksgiving Eve, the CMH Service Club continued a more than thirty year tradition and served a Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings for more than 200 people in difficult circumstances.

Looking ahead to December, numerous students, staff, and parents will be volunteering as Bellringers for the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.  The NHS will devote the month to "adopting" 50 local children, recommended to us by the charitable Christmas Clearing House, to provide them with presents and gifts, lest they receive nothing.

Your prayers and support of CMH helps support our kids as they live out our motto, Caritas in Omnibus; as they live out The Memorial Way.

Thank you.


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