Isfled students collect for food bank

Isfeld’s Interact club collected 227 non-perishable food items.

THE COMOX VALLEY Food Bank was the recipient of 227 non-perishable food items collected by the Isfeld Interact Club during a school-wide can drive.

Isfeld’s Interact club started off with a can do attitude this year.

The club’s first campaign started in early October with a school-wide can drive, which collected 227 non-perishable food items. Donations will be given to the Comox Valley Food Bank. A special thanks to Quality Foods for their contribution of a shopping cart for the display.

Students showed good effort, which the club is hoping will continue throughout the year.

Ben Swing has the honour to be Mark R. Isfeld’s first Interacter of the month.

Ben displays an enthusiasm to help with every project and task that is presented to the club. Ben shows a lot of potential for great things in the future of his Interact journey.

— Isfeld Interact Club

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