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Big push for Foodball

Launching a final push in their Foodball drive Saturday morning, Dec. 13, Mount Si High School student Ben Olson hefts a box of food to the arms of Austen Bolves, while, from left, Dylan Glaser, Brett Duncan, Savannah Maddux, Brielle Buhner, Karly Thompson, Molly Meyers and Melanie Jenckes wait with other foodstuffs to load. Students asked shoppers at North Bend Safeway to “fill the truck” with holiday contributions of food and cash for the Mount Si Helping Hand Food Bank, two food banks at Fall City churches and the Encompass Respectful Giving campaign. In all, the students collected 5,000 pounds of food Saturday at Safeway. - Courtesy photo
Launching a final push in their Foodball drive Saturday morning, Dec. 13, Mount Si High School student Ben Olson hefts a box of food to the arms of Austen Bolves, while, from left, Dylan Glaser, Brett Duncan, Savannah Maddux, Brielle Buhner, Karly Thompson, Molly Meyers and Melanie Jenckes wait with other foodstuffs to load. Students asked shoppers at North Bend Safeway to “fill the truck” with holiday contributions of food and cash for the Mount Si Helping Hand Food Bank, two food banks at Fall City churches and the Encompass Respectful Giving campaign. In all, the students collected 5,000 pounds of food Saturday at Safeway.
— image credit: Courtesy photo

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