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iFeed sets sights on ambitious goals

Local students are gearing up for a food drive of epic proportions. The 4th annual iFeed starts at 8 am on Satuday, Nov. 3.

iFeed is a multi-faceted food drive that keeps building upon the success of previous years. Part of the project involves a local food drive effort to stock the shelves of area pantries. Collections are ongoing around the area with all the food collected as part of the drive gathered on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Logan High School. This year, the goal is to collect 50,000 items to help those devastated by local flooding in August.

Logan is also the site where teams will gather to pack 100,000 dry meals to be sent to Nicaragua as part of international relief efforts. Last year, 36 teams packed over 78,000 nutritious, vitamin-fortified soy-rice meals sent to Nicaragua and Puerto Rico as part of Rotary and Kids Against Hunger.

You can get involved by bringing non-perishable items to Logan High School on Saturday, Nov. 3 between 8 am and noon. You can learn more about getting a team together to pack items by sending a message to

Dustin Luecke

Dustin Luecke anchors News 19 Daybreak weekday mornings.

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