That's a ton of food!

What does 30,000 pounds of food look like? Canterbury School students are finding out first hand as they help unload, stack and sort food all this week in preparation for delivery to the Associated Churches Food Bank on Monday. The Middle School hosts this community service project and brings in the bulk of the food. Students in the Lower and High Schools are also participating.

In this interview, a group of eighth graders did extra chores and saved money to go shopping as a group for the canned food drive. They were just finishing unloading when Kaitlin Niles volunteered to do an interview.

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