Brunswick Teens Take Part in Medina County Food Drive

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By: Cheyenne Wurm, BEAT Reporter

BRUNSWICK, Ohio- In late October, Brunswick High School participated in the Medina County Food Drive and it resulted in a HUGE success!

With all the donations of non-perishable and delicious food items, volunteers from Student Council were able to pack the donation truck full. “Our kids were so proud to carry all of our items into the main AARP truck,” said Krystal Evans and Lindsay Bertz, student council advisors and Spanish teachers at BHS. “Thank you for all your support!”

A reward that pushed the students to donate was a pizza party.

This year THREE classes were able to collect 7 boxes of donations each, which resulted in a three-way tie.

Congratulations to the classes of Nick Poole, Melanie Lopano and Courtney Davian who will all receive a delicious pizza party for their classes’ hard work.

Brunswick is a supportive and incredible community. They are proud to call themselves Blue Devils!

Cheyenne Wurm, a tenth-grader at Brunswick High School, is one of over thirty “backpack journalists” in the award-winning Brunswick Schools Video Program.

The Program is sponsored by RPM, Plum Creek Assisted Living Community, Medina Hospital and Lorain County Community College/University of Akron at Midpoint Campus.

Click here to learn more about the Program.

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