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Guardian Angels Kick Off Another Service Project with a New Soccer Field for St. Gregory

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Guardian Angels help clean St. Gregory's Church.

Guardian Angels help clean St. Gregory's Church.

Guardian Angels help clean St. Gregory's Church.

Paul Witt, Staff Writer

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Guardian Angels Service Project

The Guardian Angels are a group of fine young men at Central Catholic who devote a large amount of their time to service. Every weekend they choose to give back to the community and to help the less fortunate. Led by instructor Mr. Bendele, the Guardian Angels always strive to do whatever they can to lend a helping hand, and to aid all those in need of support. This past weekend, the team went to St. Gregory’s Catholic Church to help with setting up the schools soccer field for their upcoming CYO game.

“The satisfaction of knowing I did a good deed” is how Mr. Bendele replied when asked what good he sees come out of every project. “Someone needs to help make the world a better place, so why should that not be me?” Mr. Bendele has had this mind set since he started taking part in service projects. His attitude towards giving back to the community is one to be envied and one many people today lack.

One of the many students participating in projects every week is sophomore Bryce Zertuche. Bryce has gone to nearly every service event held since his freshman year. When he was asked why he enjoys being part of the Guardian Angels, he responded “To put it simply, I just really enjoy helping others and being apart of something so positive at school.” Bryce also went on to say that giving up a small portion of his time every weekend is a small price to pay for the satisfaction he receives after working hard and completing a project he knows is helping others.

Another student who devotes his weekends to service is sophomore Anthony Martinez. He has only been a part of the Guardian Angels since the beginning of the year, however, he says that it has already impacted him greatly. He has shown up and participated in every single event this year. He said that these projects are some of the things he loves spending his time doing and benefitting positively from. He also went on to state that he really enjoys growing spiritually every day from these projects.

For years, Guardian Angels have spent much of their time giving back to their communities and giving back to the less fortunate. There is no doubt that the work these fine men do every week is benefiting the people and organizations in very positive ways. The members of Guardian Angels have found that it helps them personally as well. Overall, being a Guardian Angel is something that benefits everyone, and makes the world a better place.

 

Guardian Angels help clean St. Gregory's Church.

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