Student Council

By: Huronia Centennial Elementary School  09-12-2011

Dear Parents/Guardians,

On Tuesday, January 12th, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocked the island country of Haiti.  The President of Haiti believes that tens of thousands of people may have died in this earthquake, and many more are suffering from injury, loss of loved ones, and the destruction of their homes (including nearly 6000 Canadian Citizens who currently live in Haiti).  The Huronia Centennial Student Council feels compelled to get involved and do what we can in order to help the Haitian people during this tragedy.  We have decided to run a Loonie/Toonie Drive to raise money for the Canadian Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.  We are asking students, staff, and families of Elmvale to bring in a small financial donation (loonies, tonnies, extra change) any day this week (Wednesday, January 20th through to Friday, January 22ndEvery little donation will count!

Thank you so much for your support.  We can make a difference.

 Huronia Centennial Student Council

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