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Some Project Equal members from Clayton Heights Secondary pose with Halloween for Hunger loot collected for the Surrey Food Bank. - Contributed
Some Project Equal members from Clayton Heights Secondary pose with Halloween for Hunger loot collected for the Surrey Food Bank.
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About 150 Clayton Heights Secondary students went trick-or-treating for canned goods on Oct. 31, collecting more than 2,600 non-perishable food items for the Surrey Food Bank.

The school's fourth annual Halloween for Hunger campaign was spearheaded by the school's Project Equal club, some of whom are pictured here with a portion of the loot. The club thanks all the students and teachers who came out, and express special thanks to "our incredibly generous neighbours who were able to make a contribution."



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