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Student Council adopts angels

Joann Diep, Social Media/Photography Editor

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Palatine High School fulfilled 125 adopt an angel gifts. 61 faculty members along with many students and clubs contributed so more than 500 gifts were wrapped and delivered. Palatine Township’s Adopt An Angel is a program where community members purchase gifts for adults and children who can’t afford Christmas gifts. There were 900 applicants to the township this year who provided their wish-lists.

 

 

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Joann Diep, Social Media/Photography Editor

Joann Diep is a senior at Palatine who is a part of Service Club and Foreign Exchange Club. Listening to music, hanging out with friends, and doing the...

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