Bishop Amat Memorial High School

The Bishop Amat Family Helps the Community

A big THANK YOU to everyone for their prayers, support and donations that went toward serving dinner to about 250 homeless people at St. John Vianney's Parish on Wednesday, January 24.

A special thanks goes out to the English Department for collecting and organizing hygiene kits which were distributed to those present at the dinner.

The shelter will run at St. John Vianney’s until January 31st, then move onto Holy Name of Mary in San Dimas from February 1 -15 with its final stop at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Rowland Heights from February 16 to March 1.

It’s another GREAT day to be a LANCER!

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