La Jolla Interact Club collects 600 pounds of food for SD Food Bank

Bibiana Gonzales, Emily Graily and Kevin Cruz, all LJHS Interact Club members from the class of 2012, shared duty at the food drive. Photos by Cal Mann

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David Roos packs up part of the 600 pounds of food collected by La Jolla High Interact Club members.

La Jolla High School’s Interact Club members set up collection stations for a food drive at the entrance to the newly remodeled Albertsons grocery store on Turquoise Street.

Over the two-day event, the club members collected more than 600 pounds of food, which they delivered to one of the San Diego Food Bank’s collection centers. The drive was organized and coordinated by LJHS parent Wendy Roos.

— Light Staff

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