Annual food drive sets the bar high

Key Club project will run through Tuesday, Nov. 19


The Harvest of Hope Food Drive, sponsored by the Stratford Key Club, has officially begun and will run through Tuesday, November 19. 

The goal is to receive as many donations as possible. Every advisory has been distributed a box for collecting the donations.

As an incentive, each homeroom that averages at least 10 cans items per person and/or $12 per person will earn a dress down day on Thursday, November 21.

Key Club President Lucy Boswell made it clear that Ramen Noodles do not count towards the dress down day, but they are still accepted. All items collected by the school will be transported to Macon Outreach, located downtown at Mulberry Street United Methodist Church. All of the food will be donated to people who are “having trouble making ends meet,” said Key Club Vice President, Hannah Lovett. All students are strongly encouraged to bring in items and donate to this great cause!