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INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Metro high school students want to feed everyone in need in eastern Jackson County for three days.
So on Saturday, they set up at the Hy-Vee in Independence. The students were up with the early birds this morning with one goal in mind.
“They’ve been working on this project for weeks,” said Doug Cowan of the Community Services League.
It’s actually a huge goal.
“We’ve been working with our schools and churches and local organizations trying to get some donations to help our goal,” Britany Copack, a student at Fort Osage High School.
In 12 hours the Youth Advisory Councils from 14 local high schools want to collect 10,000 non-perishable food items, which is enough to feed the hungry in Jackson County for three days.
“It’s called Global Youth Service Day and we participate every year,” said Amanda Knight, a student at Truman High…
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