Lakewood students help food drive

  • Monday, December 17, 2018 9:35am
  • Life

LAKEWOOD – Lakewood students are making a difference this holiday season.

The Safeway at Smokey Point saw a 400 percent increase in contributions to the Northwest Harvest food drive.

Lakewood students, led by high school teacher Nick Anderson, were a major reason.

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