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Student-Driven 'Cans4Caverna' a success

By Duane Bonifer
Director of Public Relations, Lindsey Wilson College

A lot of families in Cavenra (KY) Independent Schools will have a happier Thanksgiving this year thanks to the work of a couple Lindsey Wilson College education students.

LWC students Anthony Horne of Louisville, KY, and Justin Sumpter of Manchester, KY, collected more than 460 cans, bags and boxes of food in "Cans4Caverna," an initiative they created to distribute food during the Thanksgiving holiday to needy families in the independent school district on the Barren-Hart county line.

The two students collected the food from donations made at LWC and in Columbia-Adair County. They had $36 remaining in donations, which they presented to the school district's family resource and youth service center to purchase additional food. Horne and Sumpter delivered the food on Tuesday, November 3, to Caverna Middle School.

This story was posted on 2015-11-09 04:15:46
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LWC Education students' Cans4Caverna effort successful

2015-11-09 - Caverna Middle School, 2278 S Dixie ST, Horse Cave, KY 42749 - Photo by Duane Bonifer, Lindsey Wilson College. Anthony Horne and Justin Sumpter delivered the Cans4Caverna food on Tuesday, November 3, to Caverna Middle School. Pictured, from left: Horne; Caverna seventh-grader Jeremiah Bazzett; Sumpter; and Caverna Independent Schools Family Resource and Youth Service Director Wilma Bunnell.
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