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Food collected benefits Aloha Harvest

November 27, 2013
By KCS Staff
Student Council officers and representatives present Aloha Harvest with boxes of donated food from our families.

Student Council officers and representatives enthusiastically collected food donations during morning drop off on November 25-26. The items were organized into boxes, ready for pick up by Aloha Harvest.

During lunch time on November 26, the Aloha Harvest truck rolled on to campus. Our middle/high school representatives and officers met Mele Pepa (pictured above) and then helped to load the donations onto their truck. Aloha Harvest, a neighborhood organization, expressed their gratitude for the nonperishable food items collected. Mele explained that the food would be delivered on the same day, making an immediate impact on the community. Aloha Harvest’s mission is "rescuing food to feed Hawaii’s hungry."

Thank you for supporting another worthy endeavor of our Student Council. More information about their December Service Project is coming soon!