Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School holds coat drive


Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School Student Council members, from left, Sean McCrystal, Casey Gabbard, Brendon Bradford, Tatum Vorsteg, Grace Short and Isabell Ashley, gather the donations to the group’s recent coat drive.

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In celebration of Catholic Schools Week, the Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School Student Council held a coat drive. Students were asked to give new or gently worn coats, scarves, hats and gloves to be donated to the Seton Center in Princess Anne, Md.

“With the temperatures dropping this time of year, our student council decided that a coat drive would be a perfect way to help those in our community that need it most,” representatives said.

The Seton Center was founded by four Catholic Sisters of Charity who were searching for a place where they could help the poor. Since the late 1970s, the Seton Center has been carrying out that mission. Two months ago, our student council visited the Seton Center to deliver food from a schoolwide food drive and saw the need to continue to help.

Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is a pre-K through eighth-grade school located at 11242 Racetrack Road, Berlin, Md. For information about admissions, contact Amanda Evans, director of admissions and advancement, at (410) 208-1600.