Kearney girls do it again

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Charity begins at home

Bishop Kearney girls have done it again. For the fourth year in row, the students from Bishop Kearney High School joined with the Fire Department of New York to help raise funds for U.S. service men and women who have been injured during their service to the country. Do-gooders Alexis Love, Samantha Quiamboa, Tala Barias, and Lauren Arno, among others, volunteered to set up tables, serve food and water to the soldiers, and take the challenge of the big clean-up after the tents folded when the block party ended. Soldiers rode arm bikes, reclining bikes, and the good old-fashioned two-wheel variety from Manhattan to 70th Street and 18th Avenue on July 19.

Standing O says, “Job well done, girls. Till next year.”

Bishop Kearney HS [2202 60th St. at Bay Parkway in Bensonhurst, (718) 236–6363].

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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