Regis students help restore vandalized cemeteries

Eau Claire (WQOW) – Regis High School football players recently helped reset gravestones after they were knocked down by vandals.

The Regis students fixed headstones at Sacred Heart and St. Patrick Cemeteries which were knocked down on August 22.

In a Facebook post, Regis Catholic Schools posted, “Giving back and helping when help is needed most is just one part of what it means to be a Rambler and we are so proud of these students.”

Clint Berge

Clint Berge

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