BBBS donates to school food pantries

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nodaway County collected items this month for new food pantries at Maryville Middle School and Maryville High School, and to the Maryville R-II Learning Center in conjunction with the My Heart Reusable Bag program at Hy-Vee. During the month of December, a dollar of each purchase of a reusable red bag at Hy-Vee went to the organization, and customers were encouraged to donate food items on the way out of the store. From left to right: Melissa Campbell, MMS nurse; Lynette Harbin, BBBS executive director; and Bryan Grow, MHS assistant principal.

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