Scene in Edmonds: Holy Rosary students conduct food drive

Holy Rosary teacher Katie Bilanko, far right, with members of her first-grade class and adult volunteers from Washington‎ Kids in Transition.(Photo courtesy Holy Rosary School)

Holy Rosary School Spanish teacher Parisa Asgharzadeh partnered with Washington Kids in Transition to coordinate a food/supply drive during Lent for area homeless kids. Students worked with volunteers from Washington Kids in Transition and employee volunteers from Insurance Services Group (owned by Trevor Campbell, whose son attends Holy Rosary) to collect food and stuff snack bags. A total of 876 bags were stuffed and will be given to students in need.

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