Wilmot UHS Project Feed the Way to provide for over 100 families

/Wilmot Union High School photo, used with permission

/Wilmot Union High School photo, used with permission

Wilmot Union High School collected enough food with its  Project Feed the Way to allow over 100 families to receive complete Thanksgiving meals and an additional two weeks worth of food from The Sharing Center.

Items collected by students included potatoes, gravy, canned vegetables, stuffing, as well as money for pies, turkeys, and chickens.

The following student groups organized and collected the food and money for the Drive: National Honors Society, Key Club, Link Crew, HOSA (Health Occupation Student Associate), MBA (Marketing and Business Association, The Paw (WUHS’s school store), Student Government, and Student Council. The Sharing Center will be dispersing the food to the families that have been identified.

Western Kenosha County Transit transported the food to The Sharing Center on Wednesday, Nov. 20.

The final tally for the drive was 3,000 food items collected in library and 4,087.5 pounds once weighed at The Sharing Center.

Note: Western Kenosha County Transit is also sponsoring a Stuff the Bus food drive Saturday, Nov. 23 at Marv & Alison’s Sentry in Paddock Lake and Richter’s Marketplace in Twin Lakes from 9 a.m.to 2 p.m.

/Wilmot Union High School photo, used with permission

/Wilmot Union High School photo, used with permission

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