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Community Comes Through for School’s Food Drive

On Fridays, these children could go to Centreville’s food-storage area and people would fill their backpacks with weekend snacks.

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Centreville kindergartner Maya Wolford, 5, starts to pack extra juice boxes into a box for ...

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Packing food bags are (from left) Raquel Garfield; Sister Carter, a church missionary; Michelle Mallory, ...

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Standing in the food-storage area afterward are (back row, from left) Lee Kaiser, Charlie Wolford, ...

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Centreville Elementary sixth-grader Savannah Gregory arranged packages of fruit snacks into a smiling face. “I’m ...

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Stone Middle School seventh-grader Stacia Bangerter made her own food pyramid out of Chef Boyardee ...

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From left: Elisa Newell; Will Eging, 8; Jonathan Newell, 7; Will Newell, a Stone Middle ...

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spencerid 1 year, 6 months ago

I support these kind of charitable actions. I love when students come together with their parents and teacher to do an altruistic gesture, in this case to collect food for the unfortunate children. I advice you to check for the product quality because these children deserve fresh and healthy food, not expired food. Good luck with your project!

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