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Kiski School students to spread word about Angela's Angels

Mary Pickels
| Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, 1:21 p.m.
Angela O'Brien (right), founder of Angela's Angels, and Judy Schafer (left), volunteer, join volunteer model Ella Thompson, 14, of Greensburg in the boutique during the Angela's Angels 10th anniversary celebration in 2016.
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Angela O'Brien (right), founder of Angela's Angels, and Judy Schafer (left), volunteer, join volunteer model Ella Thompson, 14, of Greensburg in the boutique during the Angela's Angels 10th anniversary celebration in 2016.
Last year students from The Kiski School in Saltsburg helped sort prom dresses collected for Angela's Angels. This year the boys will again assist the Latrobe nonprofit on the school's community service day.
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Last year students from The Kiski School in Saltsburg helped sort prom dresses collected for Angela's Angels. This year the boys will again assist the Latrobe nonprofit on the school's community service day.

Students from The Kiski School in Saltsburg have again selected Angela's Angels as their non-profit organization for the school's community service day.

Angela's Angels, 816 Ligonier St., Latrobe, was founded 11 years ago by Angela O'Brien. It provides new and gently worn up-to-date prom and special occasion wear for free to young ladies who may not otherwise be able to afford the attire.

From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 19, the Kiski students will man tables at the entrances of the Walmart in Unity. Their goals are to get the word out about the importance of protecting young women's self-esteem and to encourage people to financially support Angela's Angels.

Details: 724-836-644 or AngelasAngels.org

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-836-5401 or mpickels@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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