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With the holiday season well under way, many people would like to help the needy and give to those who have very little. Key Club’s annual canned food drive has kicked off and will end on Dec. 4.

Students are encouraged to donate cans that are not expired to their first hour class.

“The basis of Key Club is to give back to the community,” Heather Chase, Key Club advisor, said. “Having a canned food drive over the holiday season is a great way to give back to the community. We need to work together to make this world a better place. Donate things that you would want to eat. If every student brought just two cans, it would have a hug impact. It would lead to this building having 4,000 cans, which would help many people.”

First place wins a pancake and sausage party, second place wins a Dunkin Donuts and bagel party and third place wins a cookies with milk party.

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