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Huron High School Students From Moe Abrahams' First Hour Class With Food Drive Donations, November 1979

Huron High School Students From Moe Abrahams' First Hour Class With Food Drive Donations, November 1979 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 23, 1979
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PLENTY OF CANS - A total of 159 canned goods and one large pumpkin earned this class the victory for the most goods collected at Huron High School. In an effort to increase donations for the annual Salvation Army Canned Food Drive, the Huron High School Sisters Club, sponsor of the drive, came up with the idea of an all-school competition. The winners, members of Moe Abrahams first hour class, are: front row, from left, Chuck Damm, Nickie Smith, David Pehlke and Matt Schmidt. Back row: Monica Morton, Joyce Hunter, Abrahams, Sam Cox and Nolan Frederick. Huron High alone collected over 10 boxes of food and thousands of canned items were received from throughout the Ann Arbor schools. The goods will be distributed to needy area families, along with checks for perishable items, so that all can have a hearty Christmas meal.

Kappa Alpha Psi & Alpha Kappa Alpha Students Donate Thanksgiving Day Food To Salvation Army, November 1976 Photographer: Robert Chase

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Ann Arbor News, November 24, 1976
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There are going to be some happy faces this Thanksgiving as a result of a canned food drive by the U-M chapters of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity and Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. At right, Al Wardlaw loads some of the 200 cans of food collected into a Salvation Army vehicle for distribution as John Taylor and Lynette Carter watch. The students collected food and money to supply local families with baskets and turkeys for Thanksgiving. (Staff photo by Robert Chase)

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August
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1998
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Salvation Army Christmas Baskets, December 25 1937 Photographer: Attributed to Eck Stanger

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Ann Arbor News, December 25, 1937
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CHRISTMAS FEASTS: Ann Arbor remembered its needy today with baskets of foods. The Salvation Army was in charge of arranging 110 baskets some of which are shown here by Major A. J. Roberts just before he started on his visits to the homes of the recipients.

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15
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February
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1970
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Rose Martin and Staff Prepare Thanksgiving Dinner At Peace Neighborhood Center, November 1991 Photographer: Lelen Bourgoignie

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Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1991
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ROSE FEEDS THE HUNGRY: Rose Martin, director of the Peace Neighborhood Center, and Latoria Edwards stand ready with aprons in place and smiles on their faces as they offered hot home-cooked Thanksgiving dinners to those in need Thursday. The Peace Neighborhood Center, Cottage Inn Pizza and the Salvation Army were among the groups offering hot meals this Thanksgiving.