Students Pick Apples for Food Bank

Students Pick Apples for Food Bank

Students Pick Apples for Food Bank

Arlington students picked over 400 pounds of apples for the local food bank.

Arlington students picked over 400 pounds of apples for the local food bank.

The Arlington Memorial High School Student Council spent a morning at Mad Tom Orchard in East Dorset picking apples to give to the  Food Bank. The students collected over 400 pounds of apples in recognition of Hunger Action Month. AMHS Student Council advisor and Spanish teacher Breana Einsig organized the event. “We had over 20 student council members volunteer to pick apples. It was a special opportunity for our students to appreciate and recognize the mission of the Vermont Food Bank, which is to ensure all Vermonters have access to food every day.”

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