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Education

NHS members hold food drive

Bureau Valley NHS members collected 993 items during their annual trick-or-treat food drive. NHS members pictured are Courtney Hoagland, Ben Jackson, Austin Catton, Cassidy Olds, Terry Bivins, Kurt Bitting, Addie Moreland, Nicole Wirth, Alex Peck, Ellen Johnson, Jade Blackert, Kiley Krause, Makina Carrington, AJ Hockings, Dan Schoff, Josh Monier, Nataleigh Nugent, Alyssa Newsom, Brad Sierens, Sophia Myong and and Spencer Marquez. Absent from the photo are Haley Weidner, Trevor Sights and Alex Geary.
Bureau Valley NHS members collected 993 items during their annual trick-or-treat food drive. NHS members pictured are Courtney Hoagland, Ben Jackson, Austin Catton, Cassidy Olds, Terry Bivins, Kurt Bitting, Addie Moreland, Nicole Wirth, Alex Peck, Ellen Johnson, Jade Blackert, Kiley Krause, Makina Carrington, AJ Hockings, Dan Schoff, Josh Monier, Nataleigh Nugent, Alyssa Newsom, Brad Sierens, Sophia Myong and and Spencer Marquez. Absent from the photo are Haley Weidner, Trevor Sights and Alex Geary.

MANLIUS — The Bureau Valley High School National Honor Society hosted its annual trick-or-treat food drive throughout the Bureau Valley School District on Oct. 25. NHS members traveled to Manlius, Walnut, Sheffield, Buda and Wyanet collecting canned goods, household products, paper products and other non-perishable items for their local food pantries. When it was all said and done the National Honor Society was able to collect 993 items to split between the Walnut, Sheffield, and Wyanet food pantries.

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