Uncanny effort at Williams School

Eleventh-graders at The Williams School in New London, foreground from right, Cooper Feltes, Ben Lahm and Andy Brown, build a tree Friday from collected nonperishable food items as part of the Canned Food Creations event, the culmination of the school service committee's week-long food drive to benefit the Gemma Moran United Way Labor Food Center in New London. Students built sculptures in the morning, with the winning grade getting $75 to use for class events. The 10th grade won for the most items collected and for their Eiffel Tower sculpture. Overall the students collected 812 food items for Gemma Moran.
Eleventh-graders at The Williams School in New London, foreground from right, Cooper Feltes, Ben Lahm and Andy Brown, build a tree Friday from collected nonperishable food items as part of the Canned Food Creations event, the culmination of the school service committee's week-long food drive to benefit the Gemma Moran United Way Labor Food Center in New London. Students built sculptures in the morning, with the winning grade getting $75 to use for class events. The 10th grade won for the most items collected and for their Eiffel Tower sculpture. Overall the students collected 812 food items for Gemma Moran. Sean D. Elliot/The Day Buy Photo

Eleventh-graders at The Williams School in New London, foreground from right, Cooper Feltes, Ben Lahm and Andy Brown, build a tree Friday from collected nonperishable food items as part of the Canned Food Creations event, the culmination of the school service committee's week-long food drive to benefit the Gemma Moran United Way Labor Food Center in New London.

Students built sculptures in the morning, with the winning grade getting $75 to use for class events. The 10th grade won for the most items collected and for their Eiffel Tower sculpture. Overall the students collected 812 food items for Gemma Moran.

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