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Posted March 8, 2013 | comments Leave a comment

R-MA teens donate time

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Hunter Gillis, Jasmine Johnson, Remi Gillis, Thomas Minchew, Mimi Eke-Spiff, Gabriel Dubin, Joseph Silek III, Michael Grossman and Kimberly Pitts watch while containers of food are loaded onto a truck. Courtesy R-MA

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Randolph-Macon Academy students Kate Ponn, Mimi Eke-Spiff, Kimberly Pitts, Alex Jung and Victor Tong work with other classmates on a Stop Hunger Now community service initiative Saturday at John Handley High School in Winchester. Courtesy R-MA

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Kimberly Pitts and Kate Ponn carry a bag of rice from one room to another. Courtesy R-MA

Saturday morning, 21 students from Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal spent four hours at John Handley High School in Winchester bagging food for the needy.

As members of the Middle School Interactors, the teens and tweens helped with the global organization Stop Hunger Now.

The student club gives annually to the global effort and has, over the last three years, raised over $2,500 with its yearly "Penny Wars." So far this year, the club has totaled over 600 hours of collective "service above self" hours through activities like Roadside Clean Up, Operation Blue Christmas and Volunteer Farms Gleaning.

The club was chartered in 2011 and is sponsored by The Rotary Club of Linden.


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