Sturgis High School donates food items

A food-drive challenge that returned to Sturgis High School in 2014 was back again this year.
Students gathered a total of 1,180 non-perishable food items from Nov. 2 through Dec. 2. Items were donated to the local Salvation Army food pantry earlier this month.
Students from Amanda Langworthy’s seminar class collected the most food items, with 274. They received a 6-foot sub from Subway for their reward.
Anne Bowen’s seminar class was second with 168 items. Office staff took third place, collecting 138 items.
Cindy Logan, educational assistant at SHS who oversaw the event, praised students and staff for a job well done.

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