Central Crossing Key Club recognized for efforts to feed the community

The Central Crossing High School Key Club organized the most donations of any participating school in the 2023 White Christmas Food Drive benefiting the Grove City Food Pantry. on Jan. 24 volunteers from the White Christmas Program presented the students with a trophy for their efforts. In all, more than 33,000 pounds of donated items were collected by all the schools this year, though it was the Key Club and its advisor Daphne Hedgecock who coordinated the winning effort. The White Christmas Program had more than 219 area volunteers providing at least 846 charity hours during the six work sessions of the Christmas food drive. The 33,153 plus food items not needed, out of the total of 39,301 for this program, was donated and will help keep the shelves of the Grove City Food Pantry filled for several months.
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