Ind. students collect nearly 63,000 pounds of food for charity

11/6/2013 | South Bend Tribune (Ind.)

Students from six Indiana high schools who took part in the Food Bank of Northern Indiana's six-week Student Hunger Drive recently dropped off nearly 63,000 pounds of food for the organization. The students planned events, from a wheelchair basketball game to an outreach to apple growers, and came up with strategies to raise money or food, which all ended up as food donations.

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