George F. Baker National Honor Society assists local pantries

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The Tuxedo George F. Baker High School National Honor Society held a food drive to assist local families in the community by donating collected food items to the local food pantries. The National Honor Society prides itself in the community service projects that its members participate in, but this food drive, in particular, is near and dear to their hearts. Its members are aware that their assistance is greatly appreciated by the families in need of this assistance not only at this time of year, but all year long. Standing left to right, the National Honor Society members are Arik Mozejko, Vasilis Lymberis and Gerard O’Reilly; and kneeling, from left to right, they are Julia Ruscillo, Jared Spivak and Charlotte Atkinson.

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