Montgomery Catholic Hosted a 150 Minutes of Service Day to Honor 150 Years of Education 

Montgomery Catholic held a 150 Minutes of Service work day to honor our Sesquicentennial Celebration marking 150 years of Catholic Education this year. Community volunteers including students, parents, and faculty came armed with smiles and work gloves to tackle projects big and small around the Middle and High School campuses to help prepare the campus for our 150th Anniversary Ribbon Cutting Celebration on October 10th.

Volunteers worked to spread pine straw, prune crepe myrtles, spruce up flower beds, eliminate debris, clear the breezeway between the Student Center and high school building, and clean air conditioning units. Fresh paint revamped signs, posts, and windows; workers also built storage shelves and new science lab tables. All these efforts came together to brighten and refresh our spaces to help us better welcome guests and alumni home as we kick off our 2-year celebration for the 150th Anniversary of Montgomery Catholic and Excellence in Education.

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