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Bothell montessori donates food to Hopelink

Students and families from Whole Earth Montessori School in Bothell spent two months collecting non-perishable food items for their annual community service project and food drive. - Contributed photo
Students and families from Whole Earth Montessori School in Bothell spent two months collecting non-perishable food items for their annual community service project and food drive.
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In the spirit of generosity and good will, the students and families from Whole Earth Montessori School in Bothell spent two months collecting non-perishable food items for their annual community service project and food drive. The recipient was Hopelink in Kirkland.

The lower and upper elementary classes set their goal at 500 food items. This is an impressive goal for children ranging in age from 6-12 years of age. They happily surpassed this goal. The upper elementary children went on a field trip to Hopelink to deliver their food gifts. The items were weighed at 689 pounds.

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