Port Clinton’s DECA Food Drive a success for local pantry

Nov 7, 2023 | Schools | 0 comments

Port Clinton High School DECA collected thousands of items that were donated to the local St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry. Showing off the outstanding results of the food drive are, from left to right, DECA Officers Taylor Werling, Christen Sayre, and Olivia Rodgers.

Port Clinton High School’s DECA program members organized a district-wide food drive for the Vincent de Paul Food Pantry and the students and families of the Port Clinton City Schools reported overwhelming success.

The winning class in each building won donuts for their efforts, but the main goal was to help local families in need this holiday season. The DECA Food Drive was extremely successful, as DECA students collected the items from each school building, sorted donations, and then needed a trailer to haul all of the items to the food pantry.

In addition,  DECA presented a monetary donation for $1,000 to Ann Heckerd, a food pantry volunteer supporting the food bank. Port Clinton High School DECA is living out the Port Clinton City School District Beliefs, Behaviors and Outcomes by “Doing Great Things for Others.”

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