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Generous Eureka High Families Donate Canned Food

Sponsored by Eureka High School Student Council members, this annual food drive benefits area food banks.

Eureka High School’s students, staff, parents and community members donated  more than 34,000 items during the 2012 canned food drive. 

Students worked together to sort the canned goods and other items on Friday, Nov. 9, according to a Rockwood School District spokesperson.

As Thanksgiving Day approaches, what other food drives have you contributed to this year? Which food banks still need items?

A local food pantry is located within the Eureka United Methodist Church. Read introductory article:  Eureka Food Pantry Lends Help

One regional food bank always needs assistance. Circle of Concerns' Food Pantry service covers Rockwood, Parkway and Valley Park School Districts. Its headquarters are located in Valley Park. See this relevant announcement:  Food for the Holidays Needed by Circle Of Concern

Steve Collins November 18, 2012 at 05:04 PM
Congratulations to EHS students and families! You represent us well! Thank you.
Cara King November 18, 2012 at 05:40 PM
WAS UP THERE FOR SCOUTING FOR FOOD (CUB SCOUTS) AND WAS RATHER IMPRESSED WITH THE TURNOUT FROM BOTH EHS STUDENTS & SCOUTS AIDING THOSE IN NEED. CAN'T ASK TO LIVE IN A MORE CARING COMMUNITY! EUREKA YOU DO ME PROUD!

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