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    GES Food Bank Collection
    Glenwood Student Council will be collecting items for the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina to contribute to areas of need in our state. Items will be collected thru Tuesday, November 26th, and monetary donations can be given anytime online via our Virtual Food Drive website. Every dollar donated provides 5 meals for our neighbors in need!
    Some needed items include:
    High-protein canned meals with pop-tab cans (ravioli, soups, spaghetti)
    Single-serving meals that do not require refrigeration or meals ready to eat
    Single-serving snacks such as raisins and granola bars
    Bottled water
    Baby formula
    Attached is a poster detailing additional food items of need.
    Collection boxes will be located in the school's front entryway, and in Mrs. Crothers' classroom.
    Thank you in advance for your support and generosity. 
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