Piarist Outreach Mission

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2015 was very big year for us. As you know, we had to move our school from the building we had occupied since the 1990’s. After a long and uncertain process, we acquired an old alternative school in Johnson County that was in major disrepair. With the new school year looming, we had a strict deadline to meet to get the school ready for students and faculty. There was no way this would have happened without the amazing contributions of several groups who traveled to eastern Kentucky to help us repair and build classrooms, offices, and the outreach area.

We would like to acknowledge the tireless work of Helping Hands Christian Missions from Indiana. 2015 was their 10th year of working with us, and I cannot say enough how much we value their friendship. Multiple people from the mission helped move the school to its new location in addition to putting in many hours doing construction and repair at the new school. Each year, they also buy and deliver over 200 Christmas presents for children living below the poverty line in our area, as well as bringing a truckload of turkey from Purdue Farms to be distributed to various families in need.

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