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Clovis High School hosts food drive

CLOVIS, NM (KFDA) - The Clovis High School Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) will be hosting a food drive on campus during the week of Feb. 7-13 in honor of National FCCLA week. 

Anyone is able to give to the food drive including the public. 

FCCLA is asking for canned foods such as tuna, chicken, chili, and spam. All donations will be brought to the Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico.

“The Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico always appreciates any and all initiative from community members to help bring food to families throughout the region., said Stephanie Losoya, an officer from the Clovis High School chapter of FCCLA. "It’s especially exciting when the initiative is being taken by the younger members of the community such as the CHS FCCLA." 

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