BX students celebrate St. Joseph's Day with gratitude

More than 100 Bronx students are celebrating St. Joseph's Day with a special message of gratitude. St. Joseph's School for the Deaf held a parade

THE BRONX - More than 100 Bronx students are celebrating St. Joseph's Day with a special message of gratitude.

St. Joseph's School for the Deaf held a parade through Throgs Neck to thank area business owners, neighbors and elected officials, including Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY), for supporting their fight for funding last year.

During the march, students handed out thank you fliers and Life Savers candy.

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