Donations in abundance


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Hook Elementary School fifth-grade teacher and student council adviser Greg Gustin gave students a food drive challenge following a recent class discussion of what to donate and what not to donate to food drives. Students from left, including Sera Halter, Marlee Cupp, center, Lexy Oldham, Gabe Long, Maxwell Berning, Lillian Graham and Aubrey Murphy, organize donations. According to Gustin, the food-drive will continue through Tuesday and deliveries will be made Wednesday into the community, including the Lincoln Center, Franklin House, St. Patrick Soup Kitchen, several churches and some Hook families that could use support during the holiday season.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Hook Elementary School fifth-grade teacher and student council adviser Greg Gustin gave students a food drive challenge following a recent class discussion of what to donate and what not to donate to food drives. Students from left, including Sera Halter, Marlee Cupp, center, Lexy Oldham, Gabe Long, Maxwell Berning, Lillian Graham and Aubrey Murphy, organize donations. According to Gustin, the food-drive will continue through Tuesday and deliveries will be made Wednesday into the community, including the Lincoln Center, Franklin House, St. Patrick Soup Kitchen, several churches and some Hook families that could use support during the holiday season.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Hook Elementary School fifth-grade teacher and student council adviser Greg Gustin gave students a food drive challenge following a recent class discussion of what to donate and what not to donate to food drives. Students from left, including Sera Halter, Marlee Cupp, center, Lexy Oldham, Gabe Long, Maxwell Berning, Lillian Graham and Aubrey Murphy, organize donations. According to Gustin, the food-drive will continue through Tuesday and deliveries will be made Wednesday into the community, including the Lincoln Center, Franklin House, St. Patrick Soup Kitchen, several churches and some Hook families that could use support during the holiday season.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Hook Elementary School fifth-grade teacher and student council adviser Greg Gustin gave students a food drive challenge following a recent class discussion of what to donate and what not to donate to food drives. Students from left, including Sera Halter, Marlee Cupp, center, Lexy Oldham, Gabe Long, Maxwell Berning, Lillian Graham and Aubrey Murphy, organize donations. According to Gustin, the food-drive will continue through Tuesday and deliveries will be made Wednesday into the community, including the Lincoln Center, Franklin House, St. Patrick Soup Kitchen, several churches and some Hook families that could use support during the holiday season.
http://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2016/11/web1_161117aw_Hook_food_drive.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Hook Elementary School fifth-grade teacher and student council adviser Greg Gustin gave students a food drive challenge following a recent class discussion of what to donate and what not to donate to food drives. Students from left, including Sera Halter, Marlee Cupp, center, Lexy Oldham, Gabe Long, Maxwell Berning, Lillian Graham and Aubrey Murphy, organize donations. According to Gustin, the food-drive will continue through Tuesday and deliveries will be made Wednesday into the community, including the Lincoln Center, Franklin House, St. Patrick Soup Kitchen, several churches and some Hook families that could use support during the holiday season.

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