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Dexter Middle School food drive challenge


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Between the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, a period of about 4 weeks, the students at Dexter Middle School engaged in their annual canned food drive. Students and teachers competed through their first-period classes to see what group could collect the most food items. All food collected would eventually be donated to the local food pantry Loaves and Fishes. Organized by Arthur Cobos and his student leadership class (pictured), overall these students collected 4,705 food items. The canned food drive competition is a great way to unite a school building; students working for a common purpose while putting others in the community first. (Submitted Photo)

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