Members of Lynbrook North Middle School’s Community Service Club conducted a food drive for Island Harvest, a hunger relief organization on Long Island. Together the students supplemented 956 meals for those in need.
The food drive began approximately eight years ago when the club first came to fruition as a way to give back to the Long Island community. They facilitate it each year as part of their service work.
“It's always nice to hear the results of the drive, and supplementing 956 meals is an amazing number,” said club adviser Donald Seibert. “Whether it's a food drive, a toy drive or a coat drive, the students, their families and the staff at North Middle School always come through in a big way. The generosity in this school is outstanding.”