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DRHS students and Dexter Sunrise Kiwanis prepare Christmas food boxes

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HELPING FAMILIES WITH CHRISTMAS FOOD BOXES — Early on the morning of Dec. 16 Dexter Regional High School Student Council and Key Club members, along with several Dexter Sunrise Kiwanis members, gathered at the P&L Country Market to assemble and wrap 49 Christmas food boxes to be given to area families. This is the 18th year that Dexter Sunrise Kiwanis has sponsored the program, started by the late Frank Clifford, a member of the Kiwanis club. Students help the Kiwanians wrap, assemble and load the boxes, which are then delivered by Kiwanis members to area families who might not otherwise be able to afford a holiday meal. Pictured are front, from left, Rauza Kimaro, Amber-Lynn Jusczak, Makayla Bignell, Olivia Peakes, Eyet Bouhajeb, Kaitlyn Webber, Shannon O’Roak, Lily Cummings and Janette Patterson. Back, Rebecca Batron, Parker Ponte, Abigail Wakefield, Hannah Campbell and Tory Stone.

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