CHAMBERBSURG- The Franklin County Career and Technology School is gearing up for its 2nd Annual Deb Crawford Food Drive, set to take place from Feb. 5 to 19.
This year, the stakes are higher as CareerTech and CMS engage in a friendly competition to see who can collect the most items. The goal for this year’s drive is to gather 1,500 items, and drop-off boxes will be conveniently located in the CareerTech hallways.
The initiative aims to benefit St. Paul’s Church, and the school is calling on its community to contribute items such as spaghetti, spaghetti sauce, canned vegetables, peanut butter, and cereal. The drive not only serves as a means to support those in need but also fosters a sense of unity and generosity within the CareerTech family.