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Bristol students help put a dent in hunger

BRISTOL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Student Council members await the bus so they can deliver the food they’d collected to Bristol’s Have A Heart Food Shelf and food shelf volunteer Cathy Burritt last month. Pictured, from left, are Ila Corrigan, Delia Park, Norah Wisell, Sarah Zelonis, Enzi VanNosdeln, advisor Andrea Murnane, Tharon Sheppard, Penny Verner, Grant Rossier, Clem Briggs, Kai Ludka and Bradley LaVangie.

In early December, the Bristol Elementary School Student Council members decided they wanted to do something to feed the hungry in our community.

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