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Morris, Hancock collect 5,000 pounds of food

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MORRIS – This week, students in the Morris Area and Hancock school districts participated in a competitive food drive for the Stevens County Food Shelf.

Hancock, the winning school, collected more food per student than Morris Area High School. As the winning school, Hancock received a traveling trophy. Morris Area BPA Advisor Dylan Viss and high school Principal Craig Peterson were also forced to wear Hancock football jerseys for a day.

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Kim Ukura is the editor of the Morris Sun Tribune. 

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