School donates food to Interfaith's pantry
This release comes from Interfaith of The Woodlands:
Coulson Tough Flex School's 2nd grade students once again collected non-perishable food items for Interfaith of The Woodlands' Food Pantry. At the beginning of February, the students continued the tradition and donated over 2,210 pounds of food to Interfaith.
The Helping Hands and Hearts for Hundred's Day Food Drive is a tradition to celebrate the 100th day of school.
What a wonderful tradition this has become," said Marie Stirman, Coulson Tough second grade teacher who organized the event.
The goal of the Helping Hands and Hearts for Hundred's Day Food Drive was for each of the ten classes to bring 100 food items.
Because of the students' generosity, Interfaith is able to continually help others," said Dr. Ann Snyder, President and CEO of Interfaith of The Woodlands.
For more information about the special day, contact Interfaith at 281-367-1230.
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