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SHSS students donate big haul to the Castlegar Food Bank

SHSS Leadership students pose with the food they have gathered for the Castlegar Food Bank - Craig Lindsay
SHSS Leadership students pose with the food they have gathered for the Castlegar Food Bank
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

Stanley Humphries Secondary School Student Leadership class students donated 2,493 items to the Castlegar Community Harvest Food Bank on Friday.

The students held a "We Scare Hunger" Campaign which featured a competition between to see which class would donate the most food. Ms. Lewis class came first with 734 items and received a pizza party. The students also raised money for an iPad mini, which was won by student Amber Arnold.

 

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