The WHS ‘White Gift’ brigade


Before heading out into a cold and blustery morning, Wilmington High School students participating in the annual White Gift service project walked through the gym where the food items were distributed to then be delivered to less fortunate households in the Wilmington area. About $8,000 was raised by students and staff district-wide as well as from local businesses, with the funds purchasing 250 meals, said teacher and co-organizer Jessica Shelton. Students could help Tuesday morning in a couple ways. They could pass out food in the gym, and they could be a driver or passenger to go out and deliver the meals.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Before heading out into a cold and blustery morning, Wilmington High School students participating in the annual White Gift service project walked through the gym where the food items were distributed to then be delivered to less fortunate households in the Wilmington area. About $8,000 was raised by students and staff district-wide as well as from local businesses, with the funds purchasing 250 meals, said teacher and co-organizer Jessica Shelton. Students could help Tuesday morning in a couple ways. They could pass out food in the gym, and they could be a driver or passenger to go out and deliver the meals.

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Before heading out into a cold and blustery morning, Wilmington High School students participating in the annual White Gift service project walked through the gym where the food items were distributed to then be delivered to less fortunate households in the Wilmington area. About $8,000 was raised by students and staff district-wide as well as from local businesses, with the funds purchasing 250 meals, said teacher and co-organizer Jessica Shelton. Students could help Tuesday morning in a couple ways. They could pass out food in the gym, and they could be a driver or passenger to go out and deliver the meals.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/12/web1_DSC_0245.jpgBefore heading out into a cold and blustery morning, Wilmington High School students participating in the annual White Gift service project walked through the gym where the food items were distributed to then be delivered to less fortunate households in the Wilmington area. About $8,000 was raised by students and staff district-wide as well as from local businesses, with the funds purchasing 250 meals, said teacher and co-organizer Jessica Shelton. Students could help Tuesday morning in a couple ways. They could pass out food in the gym, and they could be a driver or passenger to go out and deliver the meals. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

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