Food Drive Benefits More Than 40 Families


More than 40 families have a little more food to eat, thanks to the generosity of Reeds Spring School District students and their families. Every building in the district collected food for three weeks in November and December. 

Students from the high school’s Cornerstone class, a leadership program, sorted and boxed all of the food, and then loaded it into cars when families came to pick up the food on Thursday, December 17.

The leftover food will go into the district’s food pantry, which is available to families in the school district by appointment.

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