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Constable Hill’s Food Drive Challenge

 

Montgomery County Pct. 5 Constable David Hill recently issued a challenge to classes at all the elementary schools in his precinct. They had four weeks to collect food to be donated to the local Society of Samaritans (S.O.S.), which helps families in need.

All eight elementary schools in the Magnolia Independent School District participated, collecting an amazing 27 pickup truckloads of food for the charity. Participating campuses included Bear Branch, Ellisor, Smith, Lyon, Williams, Magnolia, Nichols Sawmill and Magnolia Parkway Elementary.

Constable Hill gave a pizza party to the classes at each campus that collected the most donations.

“It was heartwarming to see how much effort the children put into this challenge,” Constable Hill said. “Some classes collected more than others, but they were all winners because they experienced the joy that comes from helping others.”

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Bear Branch Elementary – The adults in the picture (from L to R) Chief David Wood, Constable David Hill, Susan Ward – Principal, Sherri Treadway – Counselor  

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