Grand Traverse County 4-H Club Helps A Local High School

The Grand Traverse County 4-H Club is hosting a food drive to help a local alternative high school.

They are collecting nonperishable food items, hygiene products and clothing for students that attend Traverse City High School.

Organizers say their goal is to help meet the basic needs of these students, so they can focus on graduating.

“You hear kids that are in school that are homeless and struggling to find food,” Karin Stevens, The Grand Traverse County 4-H Club Program Coordinator said. “For me, that pulls on my heartstrings some of the students have children so they are in need of diapers.”

The Grand Traverse County 4-H Club will be collecting donations until February 28th.

The donations can be dropped off at the MSU Extension Office in Traverse City.

For more information visit The Grand Traverse County 4-H Club website.

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