Students join forces to help eradicate hunger

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Posted: March 4, 2013

The Winchester Star

Handley High School Interact Club members Molly-Kate Gavello (from left), Isabella Dickens-Bowman, Peyton Sandroni, Surika Absar and Jackie Martin fill bags with rice, soy and dried vegetables on Saturday afternoon for the Stop Hunger Now program. “The idea that this can help so many people and it doesn’t take much time is pretty amazing,” 16-year-old Isabella said. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
Volunteer Nick Labrozzi, 5, carries filled bags of food to a weighing station. He was helping along with his sister, Danielle, 8, and their mother, Stacy Labrozzi, a teacher at Handley.
Volunteers Whill Stanley, 4, and his dad, Doug Stanley, check the weight of bags of food prepared for the Stop Hunger Now program on Saturday afternoon at Handley High School. Stanley’s wife Jenny is the Interact sponsor at Warren County Middle School. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)

WINCHESTER — Nearly 100 students from area schools gathered Saturday at Handley High School to play a small role in an effort to eradicate world hunger.

The students, most from high school Interact…

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