All Saints’ students lemonade stand to benefit food bank

Young students and their lemonade stand donated hundreds of cans to St. Mary's Food Bank. (submitted photo)

Young students and their lemonade stand donated hundreds of cans to St. Mary’s Food Bank. (submitted photo)

At the end of April, the youngest members of the All Saints’ Episcopal Day School community, pre-kindergartenders, teamed up to hold a lemonade stand.

The cost of a glass of lemonade was one can of food that was donated to St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance.

Students, faculty, staff, and visitors donated both cans and money totaling 354 pounds of non-perishable food and $100 in donations, according to a press release.

Students at All Saints’ participate in service learning throughout the school year. St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance is just one of the school’s community partners, the release stated.

Students at each grade level choose a service project each year. The school aims to help students become competent, confident, lifelong learners, who are responsible, caring, contributing citizens to the communities and diverse world in which they live.

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