PCES annual food drive


During the Plain City Elementary School’s annual two-week food drive for the Plain City Community Christmas basket project, the PCES student council collected over 3,100 items from fellow students. Meg Woods and Steve Wilson’s third grade classes won the privilege of delivering the items to the central collection site at the Plain City Presbyterian Church. Kindergartener, Alexa Walker, was the individual high contributor.


Contributed photo | PCES

During the Plain City Elementary School’s annual two-week food drive for the Plain City Community Christmas basket project, the PCES student council collected over 3,100 items from fellow students. Meg Woods and Steve Wilson’s third grade classes won the privilege of delivering the items to the central collection site at the Plain City Presbyterian Church. Kindergartener, Alexa Walker, was the individual high contributor.

During the Plain City Elementary School’s annual two-week food drive for the Plain City Community Christmas basket project, the PCES student council collected over 3,100 items from fellow students. Meg Woods and Steve Wilson’s third grade classes won the privilege of delivering the items to the central collection site at the Plain City Presbyterian Church. Kindergartener, Alexa Walker, was the individual high contributor.
http://www.madison-press.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/12/web1_PCESfooddrivepiccol.jpgDuring the Plain City Elementary School’s annual two-week food drive for the Plain City Community Christmas basket project, the PCES student council collected over 3,100 items from fellow students. Meg Woods and Steve Wilson’s third grade classes won the privilege of delivering the items to the central collection site at the Plain City Presbyterian Church. Kindergartener, Alexa Walker, was the individual high contributor. Contributed photo | PCES