Last chance to help L-S families in need

Did you know that approximately 22 percent of Lampeter-Strasburg students live at or below the poverty level? This is your opportunity to help by donating food items to student council's annual food drive which concludes tomorrow, November 18.
Where is your donation? Student council is hoping for at least four more pallets of food donations.
In the past, the high school has been able to fill six pallets of food. But currently the donations are only filling two.

These donated food items will directly support local families in need here in the L-S community to be distributed by local food banks at Strasburg Presbyterian Church and Lampeter United Methodist Church.

Items are being collected beginning at 7:20 until 7:35 am each day in the high school cafeteria. 

The total points will be divided by the number of people in each homeroom. There will be two divisions this year. Homeroom's with fewer than 15 students, will be in the small homeroom competition, and the top homeroom with the highest number of points per student will win. 
Suggested donation items and their point value.
All other homerooms with 15 or more students will compete in the large homeroom competition, and the top three homerooms with the highest points per student will win. The winning homerooms in both divisions will receive a cooked breakfast of eggs, quiche, bacon, pancakes, fruit salad, donuts, cookies, milk, chocolate milk & orange juice from Darrenkamp’s during first period class on Tuesday, November. 22. 

Your participation is greatly appreciated and will touch the lives of many local people in need.

For more information and donation guidelines, download the Annual Food Drive memo.

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