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The leadership students from George Greenaway Elementary in Cloverdale with a sample of the 900 items collected for the Christmas Hamper program. - Contributed
The leadership students from George Greenaway Elementary in Cloverdale with a sample of the 900 items collected for the Christmas Hamper program.
— image credit: Contributed

Talk about setting a good example.

In just two short weeks, the student leadership team at George Greenaway Elementary helped the school collect more than 900 food items for the Cloverdale Christmas Hamper program.

They’ve had to ask for more donation boxes at the school.



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