JHS Key Club members assist with food drive
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Members of the Kiwanis Club and the Jacksonville High School Key Club spent Saturday collecting food for the Jacksonville Community Outreach Center. Rev. Bob Ford, a member of the Kiwanis Club, said is pleased with the amount of food collected. The items filled a pickup.

The drive was held at Cashsaver, Winn-Dixie and Wal-Mart.

“We collected a truck load of various kinds of food,” he said. “I’m grateful for the good work of the Key Club of JHS in cooperation with the Kiwanis Cub. We feel we’ve performed a valuable service for the community, because now the Jacksonville Community Outreach Center will be able to help more people.”

Kiwanians and Key Club members from JHS and Pleasant Valley High School conduct a food drive for the JCOC each year before Thanksgiving and before Christmas. The next one is set for Dec. 14. More details will be announced later.
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