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Kris Sigfrids carries a box of food from Bryant Elementary School to the Salvation Army bus Tuesday outside the school. The students collected more than 1,600 food items during a two-week food drive. The three winning classes each earned a donut party. (Maria Lockwood)

Student drive fights hunger

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Fifth-graders at Bryant Elementary School moved a mountain of groceries into the Salvation Army van Tuesday.

"This is unbelievable," said Sarah Hanhan, fifth grade teacher. "We've never had this turnout before."


The school's student council, which includes students in grades 3-5, has been holding the annual food collection for years. But it's never been this big. A total of 1,672 items were donated during the two-week food drive, about 200 more than last year.

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