Clayton Heights Secondary has bested its rival in a good-natured battle to collect the most donations for the 2013 Cloverdale Christmas Hamper Campaign.
Late last month, students at Clayton Heights and Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary declared a formal contest to see which school could collect the most non-perishable food items for the program, which will distribute food hampers to several hundred families and individuals on Saturday (Dec. 14).
Clayton Heights historically leads the pack in terms of donations from schools for the program, but Lord Tweedsmuir student council co-president John Wu thought the Panthers had a decent chance overtaking the Night Riders. Continue reading here
Written by Jennifer Lang at the Cloverdale Reporter