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September 25, 2018

Phoenix Students Pack Donated Food For Community


PHOENIX – Students from John C. Birdlebough High School recently packed nearly 285 boxes of donated food items from their annual holiday school food drive that will help local families in the community.

Students at Birdlebough High School recently teamed with the Phoenix Lions Club to make the holidays brighter for area residents in need. They packed boxes full of food items that will help nearly 285 families in the community. From left are students Kellen Arnold and Hunter Nerber; Phoenix Lions Club charter member Gordon Tappan; student Lauren Porter; and JCB teacher Angie Neiss.

Students at Birdlebough High School recently teamed with the Phoenix Lions Club to make the holidays brighter for area residents in need. They packed boxes full of food items that will help nearly 285 families in the community. From left are students Kellen Arnold and Hunter Nerber; Phoenix Lions Club charter member Gordon Tappan; student Lauren Porter; and JCB teacher Angie Neiss.

Joining forces with the Phoenix Lions Club, the Phoenix Central School District exceeded the 220 boxes that were packed last year.

Donation bins were made available at each building in the district and also advertised at holiday concert performances.

The annual holiday school food drive usually takes place in the month of December just before the holiday season.

Coordinator of the donations and high school physical education teacher Angela Neiss said to keep watch for next year’s drive and don’t miss the chance to make someone else’s holiday season a little brighter.

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