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OMHS Adopts 50 Families for Christmas

Owings Mills High School will provide 50 families – each of which has at least one member with HIV or AIDS – with gifts, food, toys, clothing and toiletries.

This season, Owings Mills High School students are sharing their holiday spirit with local families in need of some joy and help.

The school has adopted 50 families to provide Christmas gifts, food, toys, clothing and toiletries. At least one member in each family has HIV or AIDS. The families and the school connected via the Baltimore County Department of Health and the Baltimore Pediatric HIV Program.

The school held a food drive at the Reisterstown Food Lion on Saturday, Dec. 8, and will be wrapping gifts on Thursday, Dec. 13. The presents will be delivered on Dec. 18.

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