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Saturday, January 19th
has been postponed due to weather.
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Bag 3 Ton
Bag-3-Ton is a yearly tradition here at Cambridge Springs. This month marked the 38th year in which the school participated in the Bag-3-Ton. The event takes place just before the Christmas break and is put on by the Student Senate and Mr. Sovisky. The tradition is a way for the school to raise food for those in Cambridge that are in need. Last year, the school donated to 75 families, exceeding our goal with 6,738 pounds.
The teachers, staff and each grade level are put to the task of bringing in non-perishable food items and competing against each other to collect the most pounds. Although the classes have fun competing to raise the most, the main goal is to provide for those in the community that are in need.
From December 10th to the 14th, all the food was brought in by teachers, students, and staff. This year the school reached 6,566 pounds, and once again, the 12th grade class won with a total of 2,095 pounds. Their reward was the ability to choose the Christmas movie in which the whole school was awarded for reaching the three ton. Thank you to all of those who participated and donated food.
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