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Posted Thursday, April 05, 2018

Female students holding letters with male adultOn Thursday, April 05, 2018, Luke Stocking from Development and Peace spoke to students at Archbishop Denis O’Connor Catholic High School about the important role women play in establishing and maintaining peace around the world!

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Posted Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Tickets are on sale for the 5th Annual Durham Catholic Children's Foundation Gala honouring Bishop Vincent Nguyen and our Distinguished Alumni Featuring Foundation Board Member, Principal Jim Raper as Master of Ceremonies; and Distinguished Catholic Alumni Luke Stocking from Development and Peace as Guest Speaker.
Proceeds will go to the Durham Catholic Children's Foundation. To purchase tickets online or learn more about sponsorship opportunities, please visit www.durhamcatholicfoundation.ca
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Posted Thursday, March 22, 2018

Our Archbishop Anthony Meagher Catholic Continuing Education Centre is offering a wide selection of summer courses for secondary students. Durham Catholic secondary students can visit their school’s guidance office to register for summer school.
High school courses available include:
Accelerated and eLearning Courses  (Grade 9-12)
Grade 8 Reach Ahead Program  (Grade 9 Credit Course)
Grade 9 and 10 Credit Recovery Courses
Grade 11...

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Posted Wednesday, March 21, 2018

The Durham Regional Police Service in partnership with the Oshawa Center, City Councillor Rick Kerr, and community partners have teamed up to collect suits for youth to wear at upcoming proms/graduations and for future job interviews, etc..  It is wonderful to see the expansion of their traditional prom dress collection to include all genders.  Please consider donating clothing items such as suits, jackets, pants, shirts, ties, bow ties and accessories to this worthy...
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Posted Monday, March 19, 2018

This event is open to all Durham Region Schools for graduates in Grade 8 and in Grade 12. The event provides free prom dresses and offers a selection of dress shoes, purses, jewellery and accessories. 
Donations  
Durham Regional Police Services are now accepting donations of dresses, shoes, accessories and salon hair & hair and make up donations. Donations can be dropped off to any of the five (5) DRPS police stations across the Region. This program continues...

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