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Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013 -- 12:00 AM
Pictured are St. Dennis fifth-graders from the class that donated the most items to St. Vincent de Paul in a food recent food drive.
Pictured are St. Dennis fifth-graders from the class that donated the most items to St. Vincent de Paul in a food recent food drive. The turkey on the wall behind them was a visual reminder with a running total of items collected throughout the drive. (Contributed photo)

MADISON -- St. Dennis School in Madison recently held its annual food drive to benefit St. Vincent de Paul.

This year, donations were also collected for victims of the typhoon in the Philippines (several school families have relatives there), including food, clothing, flashlights, toiletries, batteries, and soap.

Principal Matt Beisser set a goal of 4,000 items to be donated during the two-week drive.

St. Dennis students and their families donated just shy of 5,000 items.

 
 

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