Hundreds of students, faculty, alumnae, family and friends of St. Hubert High School for Girls celebrated the one year anniversary of the school remaining open on Sunday February 24, 2013. The group gathered at the intersection of Cottman and Frankford Avenues and walked to the front steps of the school where they sung the school’s Alma Mater. President Francis Farrell, principal Regina Craig, advisory board chair Kathrine Ott-Lovell, and student council president Claire Ann Alminde addressed the crowd. The crowd then processed to auditorium where chaplain Fr. Ronald Check celebrated mass.
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