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The Fourth Annual Project 351 Food Drive was a huge success this year!

by Michaela Campbell
December 26, 2017

The Fourth Annual Project 351 Food Drive was a huge success this year! 

(Above, The Fifth Grade Leadership Team with Advisor, Mr. Lechter and Principal, Mr. Keim.)

The Fifth Grade Leadership Team worked very hard to plan the drive and to motivate their peers to donate. Mr. Keim -- a big Steelers fan-- agreed to wear Patriots gear before the Pats vs. Steelers game if we collected 2,700 pounds of food and paper goods. We exceeded our goal by collecting a total of 2,875 pounds of food and paper goods in just week!

(Above, Mr. Keim dressed in his Patriots gear!)

(Above, Mr. Keim and Miller students facing the cold for an early morning dance party in celebration of the successful food drive! )

On Friday morning, Miller students braved the cold to greet Mr. Keim for a Friday Morning Dance Party- Patriots edition to celebrate another successful food drive! 
I am so proud of the student leaders for their kindness, enthusiasm and desire to serve others. I am so excited to see what they, along with their peers, will accomplish in the years to come. Thank you to everyone who donated and continues to support the Holliston Pantry Shelf. Your kindness and generosity does not go unnoticed! 

 

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Mr. Keim, you have never looked so handsome!

- Pat Montain | 12/26/17 4:08 PM

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