Longview Public School students Julia Wright and Faliha Amjad might go to different high schools, but are working together as the Advertising Chairpersons for the upcoming Civil War Food Drive. Their role is to get as much information out as possible, so everyone knows about the food drive.
In a recent interview, the two shared their thoughts on this year’s food drive goals. Concerning the amount of food they hope to drive Amjad said, “The goal is to get as much food as possible to help people in our community.”
The theme for this year’s food drive, “Food for love, food for life.”
Volunteers started dropping off paper bags to households over the weekend in preparation to start getting the word out about the food drive. If you do not receive a grocery bag at your house, you can still donate. Food can either be put out for pick up on March 9, taken to any school or dropped off at Fred Meyer.
When asked about the competition behind the food drive Wright said, “It is a competition for the schools in a good way. The civil war aspect just creates fun for each school.”
The pair said any size donation is welcome and appreciated.