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Rainy night food drive



One hundred thirty high school students from around Sanilac County participated in Cardboard City on the courthouse lawn in Sandusky last weekend. The annual project raised approximately $6,000 – with donations still arriving - to help people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Students also went door-to-door in the rain Saturday evening, collecting non-perishable food and toiletry items. Kneeling, left to right; chaperone Sara Inbody of Deckerville; unidentified student; Chris Mickens of Marlette; Zach Asher of Deckerville. 
Photo by Eric Levine One hundred thirty high school students from around Sanilac County participated in Cardboard City on the courthouse lawn in Sandusky last weekend. The annual project raised approximately $6,000 – with donations still arriving - to help people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Students also went door-to-door in the rain Saturday evening, collecting non-perishable food and toiletry items. Kneeling, left to right; chaperone Sara Inbody of Deckerville; unidentified student; Chris Mickens of Marlette; Zach Asher of Deckerville. Photo by Eric Levine

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