Students in the Clare-Gladwin Career Center’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) program collected 594 non-perishable food items during their annual food drive.
Students from the automotive technology class contributed the most items to the effort with close to 300 cans of food.
"I am very proud and impressed with the students and how they helped their community,” said CTE Auto Tech Instructor Rich Hollister. “This is an outstanding group who has been succeeding and has a fantastic attendance record and work ethic."
The donations will be distributed to the Mid Michigan Community Action Agency in Clare County and the Sacred Heart Mission Food Pantry in Gladwin County.