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Kentwood's Munch Madness Food Drive raises over 50,000 pounds of food | Slideshow

Two Kentwood students work on weighing the amount of food as part of the school
Two Kentwood students work on weighing the amount of food as part of the school's Munch Madness Food Drive.
— image credit: TJ Martinell, The Reporter

Kentwood students helped weigh food donations Friday as part of the school's annual Munch Madness Food Drive.

According to Principal Doug Hostetter, the drive raised over 50,000 pounds of food, exceeding their goal for this year.

Last year's goal was 40,000 pounds, which was met by the end of the drive.

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