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Dakota Wesleyan Holds Annual Food Drive

Dakota Wesleyan Holds Annual Food Drive

The Dakota Wesleyan freshmen conducted their annual food drive on Sunday, bringing in 4,230 pounds of food to the Mitchell Salvation Army Food Pantry.  About 285 freshmen and student leaders canvassed the city of Mitchell from noon to 3 pm.  Donations were taken to the food pantry, where Dakota Wesleyan and Salvation Army volunteers sorted and shelved the food.  The Freshmen Food Drive is part of the New Student Orientation weekend at the university. 

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