ORANGE — The Student Council at St. Mary Catholic School sponsors IPod Days on a few Fridays during the school year for 5th through 8th grades. Students are allowed to bring their IPods to school and use them all day for a $5 donation. They collected $200 at the last IPod day to be donated to Orange’s Rainbow Room. Mrs. Susan Freiberg and Mrs. Alice Martin came to collect the donation during Prayer before school. Dherin Wright (center), Vice-President of the Student Council made the presentation. Also ppictured are Mrs. Martin (left) and Mrs. Freiberg.
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