Bishop Heelan students give back to the community

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SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – Students from Bishop Heelan High School are giving back to their community.

The students today were scattered throughout Sioux City.

Some were helping at the Sioux City Public Library.

They say they have been doing community service projects since kindergarten and it’s something they enjoy.

And they say they take a lot away from doing the work.

“It means a lot to help out the community even though, like, every year we do something different, it always has a different impact on me and, I think it has a different impact on everyone that does it,” says Alexandra Johnson, Bishop Heelan Student.

Students helped out at a number of places, including the humane society, Holy Spirit Retirement Home, and Trinity Heights.

Ashly Richardson

Ashly Richardson

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