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Cans For A Cause

Meghan Seitz and Kaylee Moyer

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Friday, November 18th, Bishop McCort will be holding their annual canned food drive for the Key Club that benefits those in need and the less fortunate. When being interviewed, senior Braden Rosemas, commented “I think that the food drive is a good idea because it benefits our community.” He also added, “I think this food drive will increase the good name of McCort.” Every year, each homeroom competes to see who can collect the most canned good items. The homeroom that gathers the most will win donuts for their homeroom. Braden thinks that his homeroom will be the one to bring home the win and take down last year’s champions, MADS’ homeroom. The Bishop McCort family is looking forward to a successful food drive.

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