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Fifth Grade Supports Holliston Pantry Shelf

by Press Release
December 10, 2016

Last year, the Project 351 Food Drive collected over 1,700 pounds of food and paper goods,

This year, the 3rd annual Project 351 Food Drive benefiting the Holliston Pantry Shelf will be held from Monday, December 12 through Friday, December 16 at the Miller and Placentino schools. The goal this year is to collect over 2,016 lbs.

This year the 3rd annual Project 351 Food Drive benefiting the Holliston Pantry Shelf will be held from Monday, December 12 through Friday, December 16 at the Miller and Placentino schools. The Fifth Grade Student Leadership Team has been working very hard with the help of Project 351 Alum Michaela Campbell to plan and organize this food drive for the third year. Miclaela is a junior at Holliston High. Many Holliston families depend on the Pantry Shelf for meals and snacks to get them through the week. During this busy holiday season, the shelves are low so please consider donating what you can in order to help the Holliston community. The following items are encouraged to be donated on these days at both Miller and Placentino:

Monday: Mismatch Monday- paper goods and soup
Tuesday: Turkey-Tuna Tuesday- canned tuna and canned turkey
Wednesday: Whatever Wednesday- any donations are accepted
Thursday: Cereal Thursday- cereal
Friday: Fun Friday- cookies and kid's snacks

Our goal is to collect 2,016 pounds of food and paper goods. Please join us in the fight to end hunger, the Holliston Pantry Shelf appreciates any and all donations!

Thank you so much for your support!
The Fifth Grade Student Leadership Team and Michaela Campbell

 

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