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Resse Elam, left, and Aza Hurwitz shuttle food to the Methodist Church pantry

Reese Elam, left, and Greta Kremer shuttle food to the local food pantry. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

Mills Lawn kids respond to hunger

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Before breaking for the holidays, students at Mills Lawn collected and delivered food for those in need. On Wednesday they shuttled boxes filled with beans, pasta, peanut butter and more, all collected in the classroom, to the Yellow Springs Methodist church food pantry.

According to kindergarten teacher Becky Brunsman, the students organized the food collection after learning that some local families may not have enough to eat this holiday season.

“There was an article in the paper about the huge demand and lack of resources at the pantry and the kids just stepped up,” Brunsman said.

Read more about the Yellow Springs food pantry here.

Jazmine Davidson totes an overflowing box of food.

Jazmine Davidson totes an overflowing box of food, while Elle Peifer follows with more cans behind her.

Reese Elam and fellow students gathered the food together from the school's classrooms.


2 Responses to “Mills Lawn kids respond to hunger”

  1. Matt Minde says:

    Duly noted! —MM

  2. Michael Kremer says:

    The child in the foreground of the first picture carrying a box with Reese Elam is Greta Kremer.

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