North Dorch­ester Mid­dle School stu­dents donate food for the hol­i­days

Dorchester Star - - REGIONAL -

HURLOCK — Sixth-grade stu­dents at North Dorch­ester Mid­dle School col­lected more than 750 non­per­ish­able food items for their an­nual ser­vice learn­ing project.

The stu­dents or­ga­nized the event and en­listed the help of staff, stu­dents and fam­i­lies of the school to achieve their do­na­tion goals. To keep the food in their home com­mu­nity the stu­dents chose to donate the food to Unity Wash­ing­ton Methodist Church in Hurlock to help sup­ply the church’s com­mu­nity out­reach food distri­bu­tion pro­grams.

Church vol­un­teer Amanda Lehmann picked up the food and was as­sisted by sixth grade stu­dents in load­ing the food for de­liv­ery to the church: Kylie Clark, Danai­jah Frisby, Kelly Hard­ing, Austin Hub­bard, Alyssa James, Emma Lehmann and Vic­tor Mer­ritt.


North Dorch­ester Mid­dle School stu­dents help load non-per­ish­able food items to Unity Wash­ing­ton Methodist Church. Stu­dents col­lected the items for their ser­vice learn­ing project.

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