Port Clinton students help with ‘Two Cans for 2K’

Dec 14, 2022 | Schools | 0 comments

Port Clinton students teamed up to collect over 200 cans of food for the local food bank from more than 100 student race participants.

Port Clinton Middle School Builders Club and the Student Council organized its annual “Two Cans for 2K” event. The two groups, led by advisors Grace Mutti and Kerry Fial, teamed up to collect over 200 cans of food for the local food bank from more than 100 student race participants.

The fastest girl and boy in each grade level were: Grade Six – Isabella Adkins and Dylan Reynolds; Grade Seven – Thea Wybsinger and Grady Northrop; and Grade Eight – Anaiya Parriot and Charlie Simpson.

There was a new Two Cans for 2K record as Charlie Simpson broke and set a new course record of 7:28. The Two Cans for 2K is a tradition at the Port Clinton Middle School, with students bringing two non-perishable food items to participate in the 2K run or walk.

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