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Honor Society Food Pantry Collection

by Doreen Martel
October 30, 2018

We seldom hear about the good work done by young people in our community. In Holliston, we are fortunate to have several groups of volunteers who give of their time selflessly to make Holliston a better place for everyone. One of those groups of volunteers are the students who participate in the Honor Society. Not only do these young people make their parents proud, they make everyone in town proud! On October 29, 2018, we had an opportunity to see what a difference these students make in our community.

In total, the students were responsible for collecting 50 crates of groceries and supplies for the Holliston Pantry Shelf. What an accomplishment that is for anyone, and what a great way to kick off the fall.

It is important for all of us to remember that the Holliston Pantry Shelf depends on donations from residents all over town. When the many volunteer organizations in Holliston band together to help ensure the shelfs remain full, we are helping those who need a hand up from time to time.

A special shoutout to Steve Bradford for supplying the photography for this release!

 

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