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School custodian collecting donations for Haitian orphans

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | May 21, 2011 - 9:41 AM |
St. James Catholic Elementary School custodian Sunny Fournier is collecting donations for the Mission Par La Foie Orphanage in Haiti. He recently made a presentation on the subject to students at the school. He is seen here with junior kindergarten student Lucas Mullaly, answering questions about Haiti. Supplied photo.

St. James Catholic Elementary School custodian Sunny Fournier is collecting donations for the Mission Par La Foie Orphanage in Haiti. He recently made a presentation on the subject to students at the school. He is seen here with junior kindergarten student Lucas Mullaly, answering questions about Haiti. Supplied photo.

St. James Catholic School students recently listened to a presentation about Haiti by school custodian Sunny Fournier.


Fournier visited Haiti after the devastating earthquakes last year. He shared a slideshow with the students, depicting the struggles but also the hopes of Haitians as they try to rebuild.


The presentation was a way for the school to address its “virtue of the month” — empathy.


Students donated coins to the Mission Par La Foie Orphanage in Haiti.


Fournier is also collecting donations to support the orphanage from the community. For more information, visit www.saveourhaiti.com or phone Fournier at 705-692-3974.

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