Assumption donates more than 21,000 canned goods

Assumption seniors, from left, Taylor Starcher, Kinlee Corrigan, Bella Cebe and Mallory Brown used canned goods they collected for Dare to Care Food Bank to build a sculpture from the movie “Frozen” Dec. 2. (Photo Special to The Record)

Assumption High School held its 15th annual CANstruction service project earlier this month. Students, faculty and staff donated 21,189 canned goods, which equals 17,790 pounds of food — the most the school has ever collected, according to an announcement from Assumption.

Before the food was donated to Dare to Care Food Bank, students used the cans to create three-dimensional sculptures.

Assumption High School students used canned goods to build a sculpture from the movie “Beauty and the Beast.” (Photo Special to The Record)
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