Food drive

Annie Lynes, Emma Arden, Sophia Ritter, Ila Bowles and Jackson Schermerhorn.

Classes at Seaside High School competed Saturday morning to raise more than 900 pounds of food for the South County Food Bank. Students gathered at the old high school building holding signage and accepting donations, coordinated by the Associated Student Body.

Along with the morning collection, students returned at 5 p.m.

Seniors collected 267 pounds of food, freshmen 174 pounds, juniors 151 pounds and sophomores 147 pounds.

As the winning class, seniors will celebrate with an ice cream sandwich party.

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