Canned food drive competition nets more than 400 items


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A canned food drive friendly competition between the Aktion Clubs of Logan and Shelby Counties netted more than 700 items. Shelby County’s Aktion Club came out on top with over 400 items.

A canned food drive friendly competition between the Aktion Clubs of Logan and Shelby Counties netted more than 700 items. Shelby County’s Aktion Club came out on top with over 400 items.


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A friendly challenge between the Aktion Clubs of Logan and Shelby Counties resulted in some serious donations.

Over the past several weeks the Logan and Shelby County Boards of Developmental Disabilities Aktion Clubs have been holding a canned food drive. The results were announced at an inner club meeting between the two counties this week.

The Aktion Club of Logan County collected more than 300 food items. However, the Aktion Club of Shelby County came out on top with over 400 food items collected.

“The Aktion Clubs in both counties exceeded the expectations on the amount of food items that we collected. This is a win win situation for both counties,” Logan County board Community First Coordinator Kelli Bader said.

All food items will be donated to the food bank chosen by the clubs.

Aktion Clubs are an arm of Kiwanis. Ohio Division 3 Lt. Governor Brad Kunze was on hand at the meeting to show the club members his gratitude for their efforts. Aktion Club members thank all who donated.

A canned food drive friendly competition between the Aktion Clubs of Logan and Shelby Counties netted more than 700 items. Shelby County’s Aktion Club came out on top with over 400 items.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/02/web1_Aktion-Club.jpgA canned food drive friendly competition between the Aktion Clubs of Logan and Shelby Counties netted more than 700 items. Shelby County’s Aktion Club came out on top with over 400 items. Courtesy photo

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Submitted by the Logan County Board of Developmental Disabilities.

Submitted by the Logan County Board of Developmental Disabilities.