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Rowland Hall students prepare holiday food bags for the needy

Published: Tuesday, Sept. 1 2015 1:12 p.m. MDT

Teddy Janes, right, takes a crate full of food down the stairs at Rowland Hall School. Volunteers at the school worked throughout the day to create more than 1,400 holiday food bags with goods donated from Crossroads Urban Center's Emergency Food Pantry, Friday, Dec. 21, 2012. (Ben Brewer, Deseret News) Teddy Janes, right, takes a crate full of food down the stairs at Rowland Hall School. Volunteers at the school worked throughout the day to create more than 1,400 holiday food bags with goods donated from Crossroads Urban Center's Emergency Food Pantry, Friday, Dec. 21, 2012. (Ben Brewer, Deseret News)

SALT LAKE CITY — Volunteers at Rowland Hall School worked throughout Friday to create more than 1,400 holiday food bags with goods donated from Crossroads Urban Center's Emergency Food Pantry. It is the 17th year the school has participated in the program.

The bags that were stuffed with cranberry sauce, yams, potatoes, dressing mix, green beans, and fresh fruit.

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