John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School recently collected coffee for Holy Family Home, a residential facility for elderly poor in Philadelphia, run by the Little Sisters of the Poor. For Catholic Schools Week a group of students delivered the coffee and spent time with the residents. The students also performed a small variety show with dancing and singing for the residents. (Photos by Sarah Webb)

Students from John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls' High School perform a small variety show for the residents of Holy Family Home.

Students from John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School perform a small variety show for the residents of Holy Family Home.

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Sr. Veronica Proffitt and Monique Allen dance along with a resident of Holy Family Home.

Sr. Veronica Proffitt and Monique Allen dance along with a resident of Holy Family Home.

Monique Allen, class of '16, gets the crowd going when students from her school visited ederly reseidents of Holy Family Home for Catholic Schools Week.

Monique Allen, class of ’16, gets the crowd going when students from her school visited elderly residents of Holy Family Home for Catholic Schools Week.

John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls' High School chorus memebers perform for residents of Holy Family Home.

John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School chorus members perform for residents of Holy Family Home.

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Residents of Holy Family Home, a residential facility for elderly poor in the City of Philadelphia that is run by the Little Sisters of the Poor, clap and sing along as students from John W. Hallahan Catholic Gilrs' High School perform.

Residents of Holy Family Home, a residential facility for elderly poor in the City of Philadelphia that is run by the Little Sisters of the Poor, clap and sing along as students from John W. Hallahan Catholic Gilrs’ High School perform.

Margie Sonnie, Hallahan class of '42, was particularly happy to have Anna Hanlon, class of '18, and Maura Hrynczyszyn, class of '16, and their fellow classmates visit and perfrom where she resides at Holy Family Home.

Margie Sonnie, Hallahan class of ’42, was particularly happy to have Anna Hanlon, class of ’18, and Maura Hrynczyszyn, class of ’16, and their fellow classmates visit and perform where she resides at Holy Family Home.

Students from John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls' High School chat with residents of Holy Family Home during a visit they made for Catholic Schools Week.

Students from John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School chat with residents of Holy Family Home during a visit they made for Catholic Schools Week.

John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School has been collecting coffee for Holy Family Home, a residential facility for elderly poor in the City of Philadelphia run by the Little Sisters of the Poor, for Catholic Schools Week.. On Tuesday,February 2nd a group of students delivered the coffee and spent time with the residents.

John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School has been collecting coffee for Holy Family Home, a residential facility for elderly poor in the City of Philadelphia run by the Little Sisters of the Poor, for Catholic Schools Week.. On Tuesday,February 2nd a group of students delivered the coffee and spent time with the residents.

John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School has been collecting coffee for Holy Family Home, a residential facility for elderly poor in the City of Philadelphia run by the Little Sisters of the Poor, for Catholic Schools Week.. On Tuesday,February 2nd a group of students delivered the coffee and spent time with the residents.

John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School has been collecting coffee for Holy Family Home, a residential facility for elderly poor in the City of Philadelphia run by the Little Sisters of the Poor, for Catholic Schools Week.. On Tuesday,February 2nd a group of students delivered the coffee and spent time with the residents.

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Students from John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls' High School perform a small variety show for the residents of Holy Family Home.

Students from John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School perform a small variety show for the residents of Holy Family Home.

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