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Photo Gallery: St. Sebastian School service project

| Wednesday, April 17, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
St. Sebastian School sixth-grader Luke Seidl, 11, of Ross Township adds toothpaste to a personal-hygiene kit for the 10th annual 'Warm Bodies... Warm Hearts,' program on Tuesday, March 26, 2013. Students at the Ross Township school made 300 kits. The kits are given to homeless people in the area through Red Door at St. Mary of Mercy Church, Operation Safety Net and the Light of Life Mission.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
St. Sebastian School sixth-grader Anne Kilpatrick, 12, of Ross Township (left) adds to a personal-hygiene kit being made by Matt Santucci, 12, of McCandless. Students at the Ross Township school made 300 kits for the 10th annual 'Warm Bodies... Warm Hearts,' program Tuesday, March 26, 2013. The kits are given to homeless people in the area through Red Door at St. Mary of Mercy Church, Operation Safety Net and the Light of Life Mission.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
St. Sebastian School sixth-graders (from left) Emma Sennott, 11, of Ross Township; Vanessa Palmieri, 12, of Ross Township; and Matt Gauntner, 11, of Pittsburgh make personal-hygiene kids for the 10th annual 'Warm Bodies... Warm Hearts,' program Tuesday, March 26, 2013. The kits are given to homeless people in the area through Red Door at St. Mary of Mercy Church, Operation Safety Net and the Light of Life Mission. Students at the Ross Township school made 300 kits.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Tori Guerrero, 11, of Ross Township looks on as Alex Tabacjar, 12, of Allison Park seals a bag for a personal-hygiene kit. Students at the Ross Township school made 300 kits for the 10th annual 'Warm Bodies... Warm Hearts,' program Tuesday, March 26, 2013. The kits are given to homeless people in the area through Red Door at St. Mary of Mercy Church, Operation Safety Net and the Light of Life Mission.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
St. Sebastian School sixth-graders (from left) Madeline Riccardi, 11, of Pittsburgh; Emily Ferketic, 12, of the Avonworth area; and Brianna Rios, 12, of Shaler Township make personal-hygiene kits. Students at the Ross Township school made 300 kits for the 10th annual 'Warm Bodies... Warm Hearts,' program Tuesday, March 26, 2013. The kits are given to homeless people in the area through Red Door at St. Mary of Mercy Church, Operation Safety Net and the Light of Life Mission.

Students at St. Sebastian School in Ross Township made 300 personal-hygiene kits for homeless people as part of the 10th annual “Warm Bodies... Warm Hearts,” program on March 26.

The kits are being given to homeless people in the area through Red Door at St. Mary of Mercy Church, Operation Safety Net at Pittsburgh Mercy Health System and the Light of Life Mission.

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