Shop With a Cop Helps Foodbank in Owen Sound

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Ten students from Sydenham Public School went grocery shopping Monday as part of Police Week event.

They were accompanied by members of the Owen Sound Police Service, Meaford Optimist Club and Salvation Army.

Teams of three were given the challenge of selecting healthy non-perishable food items and being the closest to $100.00 in the total cost of their selected items, without going over their budget.

The team of Constable Chris Hartley and students, Hayley Morrison and Rain McDade won the event with a total of $99.97. All of the purchased items were donated to The Salvation Army Food Bank in Owen Sound.

The event was held at Zehrs Food Market in Owen Sound. At total of $500.00 worth of food was donated on behalf of the Meaford Optimist Club and Zehrs.

 

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