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Sherman schools have record food drive

Sherman Junior-Senior High School students and staff beat last year’s record food drive collection by 398 pounds this year.

Their annual food drive brought in a total of $1,062.38, which equates to 3,187 pounds of food, plus 404 pounds of actual food, for a grand total of 3,591 pounds of food for the Sherman County Food Bank.

The junior class won the student competition, collecting 1,116 pounds, but staff took first place overall with 1,261 pounds collected.

Mid-Columbia Bus Company provided the bus to stuff and Bryan Van Gilder operates the food bank.


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