Steeler Nation of nuns reaches out to needy family in Belize

Some of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth who helped raise money for a house for a needy family in Belize celebrate with Dan Horan (second from right), maintenance supervisor at St. Louise Convent, where the nuns live in McCandless. To sponsor the house, the sisters reached out to family and friends and raised almost $9,000 for the house, the 150th to be built in the Hand in Hand Building for Change program. Horan was chosen from a drawing to travel with 11 other volunteers to help build the Belize house. The nuns are holding Terrible Towels, because the house in Belize was painted black and gold for the Steelers and is adorned with a Terrible Towel. The cross on the wall behind them came back from Belize with Horan.

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