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Homecoming effort yields supplies for area


Student leaders pose with supplies collected in the first Personal Hygiene Donation Drive. From left in back are Sean Garvin, Emily Abel, Carol Nordine, Alan Nordine, Dylan Jenkins, Keianna Vera; in the middle row, Raven Clark, Makyah Tonasket, Aliah Capshaw, Chasity Williams, Alyssa Hobrecht-Flores and Bradley Wilder; and in front, Blossom Armstrong, Malcolm Carson, Kevin Brown, Aiden Derr and Lily Clark. - submitted photo

Another homecoming is in the books at Lake Roosevelt High School and out of all the fun a serious community need was met.

When leadership students Alan Nordine and Blossom Armstrong were asked to head up the community service aspect of Homecoming Week, they researched many ideas, said the leadership class teacher, Lori Adkins.

The students considered national and statewide needs. Many worth causes existed, but one stood out to them right here at home, Adkins said. When contacting the local food bank the students discovered the food at this time was well-stocked, but users of the food bank...

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