FROM READERS: Fairview students collect 2,669 items for food bank
Tuesday, November 5, 2013 | 6:00 a.m. CST
Members of the 2013 Fairview Elementary School Student Council smiles in front of the food collected for the Make a Difference Food Drive.
Lillian Hoell is a Fairview Elementary School counselor and one of the Student Council Sponsors.
Fairview Elementary students collected canned food Oct. 14 to 18 for the 2013 Make a Difference Food Drive for the Food Bank of Northeast and Central Missouri. Our 4th and 5th grade Student Council members organized the drive at our school. We collected a total of 2,669 items. This was 900 items more than last year!
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