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Thanksgiving is a time of thanks and giving of thanks, but the students of Prairie View High School have also made it a time of giving.
Led by the Prairie View Student Council the high school held a Day Out Canned Food Drive on Nov. 21.
The Day Out Canned Food Drive has students collect food for the food pantries in La Cygne and Parker, but with the idea that if they collect enough food to block a classroom door then they will not have that class that day when the drive is completed, hence the “day out.”

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