Coghlan aims to fill food bank

The students, staff, and PAC at Coghlan Fundamental Elementary have the goal of raising a mountain of food for the food bank

The students, staff, and PAC at Coghlan Fundamental Elementary have the goal of raising a mountain of food for the food bank this holiday season. To make it successful, they are hoping the community can help by bringing a food item to their Christmas Craft Fair Dec. 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

In the front entrance of the school will be a large, snowcapped mountain. The kids will bring in cans, boxes, and any non-perishable food to stack in front of our mountain with the goal of hitting the highest peaks.

The community can add to that mountain Dec. 3. The doors will be open and the gym will be full of hand-crafters, a bake table, warm bannock, and even a fun Christmas-themed photo booth. The PAC is hosting the Christmas Fair to raise $6,900 for resources for its Literacy Program .

Coghlan School is located at 4452 – 256 Street, Aldergrove.

 

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