November 15, 2007
Albany-- The Food Bank of Southwest Georgia's "Can Do" food drive got a big boost today. Students from Deerfield Windsor delivered over five-hundred pounds of food items as part of the schools own "Can Do" food drive, that students hope will help those in need during the holiday season. The Food Bank of Southwest Georgia's "Can Do" food drive got a big boost today.
"We have gotten a lot of can goods and hopefully it will make a difference in someone's life this holiday season" said Deerfield student Carly Mathis.
The food drive benefits the Food Bank of Southwest Georgia, and is located at the Harvey's Supermarket at 2310 North Slappey in Albany.
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