SOUTH KINGSTOWN – A group of local students that attend in Narragansett are holding a pancake breakfast at Applebee’s today, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., to raise money for a mission trip.
It’s $7 per person for pancakes, juice, coffee and FUN! There will also be an amazing display of colorful pashmina scarves for sale – each scarf is $10.
According to Narragansett High School senior Gianna Tucker, students at NHS and the Prout School are raising the money for a parish mission trip to Standing Rock Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Other students participating are:
- Narragansett High School seniors – Mary Sullivan, Holly McConnell, Tyler Burnell and Maddison Previte.
- Narragansett High School sophomores – Vinny Santos, Steph Marsh, Collin McCadden.
- The Prout School – seniors Rebecca Rogers and Jaime Doyal, and sophomore Sarah Doyal.
Can’t make it today, but still want to help out in some way? Give St. Thomas More a call at (401) 789-7682.