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Cooper City High School Students to Package 76,000 Healthy Meals for Hungry Children

Monday, February 22, 2016
 

WHO:

400 Cooper City High School Students, Teachers and Staff; Cooper City Officials and Feeding Children Everywhere Representatives
 

WHAT:

Cooper City High School, Cooper City and Feeding Children Everywhere are partnering together for the third year of the Cooper City High School Hunger Project. Volunteers will package 76,000 healthy meals that will be distributed to children across Broward County.
 

WHEN:

Thursday, February 25, 2016, 1 – 4 p.m.
 

WHERE:

Cooper City High School, Cafeteria
9401 Stirling Road
Cooper City, FL 33328
 

WHY:

Through its Hunger Project, Cooper City High students will impact the lives of children right in their own backyard. Volunteers will form 27 assembly lines to package healthy lentil casserole meals specifically formulated to combat the effects of malnutrition.
 
MEDIA ARE INVITED TO COVER THIS EVENT.
 

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