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Schools collect food for needy

FORT WAYNE – Four city schools are taking part in the Great High School Food Drive, which ends Dec. 14.

North Side, Snider, New Tech Academy at Wayne and South Side high schools are collecting nonperishable food items that will be distributed through the St. Mary’s Christmas Food Box Program and Miss Virginia’s Mission House, according to a statement issued by Fort Wayne Community Schools.

The food can be dropped off at any of the schools between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. on school days, the statement said.

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