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Catalyst Church helps clean Glen City School

May 30, 2014
Santa Paula News

Volunteers from the Catalyst Church graced Glen City with their hard work and commitment to improving their community.  After their church service on Sunday, they came to Glen City and cleaned windows, knocked down spider webs on the outside of the school , dusting out display cabinets, and many more arduous tasks.  Even though Glen City has been well maintained by the school’s custodians, there are many little areas in which, due to time constraints and hours available, the custodians cannot accomplish.  The members from Catalyst did this outreach smiling and working hard knowing that they were making Glen City a better place for children and for all that work here.  Mrs. Misenhimer, Principal of Glen City, said, “ I feel very blessed to have such caring people show their love for others in this way.  I know that they don’t ask for recognition, but, I feel that Santa Paulal needs to know that there are great people here who want to make their community a better place to live.”





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