Hills Beats Hackettstown in ‘Battle of Food Banks’

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Hills Beats Hackettstown in ‘Battle of Food Banks’

Warren Hills Student Council representatives proclaim victory in the “Battle of the Food Banks” competition during the long-awaited Warren Hills vs. Hackettstown High School rivalry football game Nov. 2. Although Hackettstown won the football game 48-21, Warren Hills collected the most cans of food. The food donated to Warren Hills will be passed on to the school’s Health Office for its work with Helping Hands, and Hackettstown officials donated their food to Lord's Pantry at Trinity United Methodist Church. Combined, the food donation totaled more than 700 cans. Student Council officials celebrating their win are (left to right) Walker Heller, Junior Class representative; Secretary Kaitlyn Marsh; Vice President Heather Laffan; President Jess Howley; and Jack Meyer, Sophomore Class representative. (Photo courtesy of Student Council Adviser Emily Kablis)

Warren Hills Student Council representatives proclaim victory in the “Battle of the Food Banks” competition during the long-awaited Warren Hills vs. Hackettstown High School rivalry football game Nov. 2. Although Hackettstown won the football game 48-21, Warren Hills collected the most cans of food. The food donated to Warren Hills will be passed on to the school’s Health Office for its work with Helping Hands, and Hackettstown officials donated their food to Lord's Pantry at Trinity United Methodist Church. Combined, the food donation totaled more than 700 cans. Student Council officials celebrating their win are (left to right) Walker Heller, Junior Class representative; Secretary Kaitlyn Marsh; Vice President Heather Laffan; President Jess Howley; and Jack Meyer, Sophomore Class representative. (Photo courtesy of Student Council Adviser Emily Kablis)

Warren Hills Student Council representatives proclaim victory in the “Battle of the Food Banks” competition during the long-awaited Warren Hills vs. Hackettstown High School rivalry football game Nov. 2. Although Hackettstown won the football game 48-21, Warren Hills collected the most cans of food. The food donated to Warren Hills will be passed on to the school’s Health Office for its work with Helping Hands, and Hackettstown officials donated their food to Lord's Pantry at Trinity United Methodist Church. Combined, the food donation totaled more than 700 cans. Student Council officials celebrating their win are (left to right) Walker Heller, Junior Class representative; Secretary Kaitlyn Marsh; Vice President Heather Laffan; President Jess Howley; and Jack Meyer, Sophomore Class representative. (Photo courtesy of Student Council Adviser Emily Kablis)

Warren Hills Student Council representatives proclaim victory in the “Battle of the Food Banks” competition during the long-awaited Warren Hills vs. Hackettstown High School rivalry football game Nov. 2. Although Hackettstown won the football game 48-21, Warren Hills collected the most cans of food. The food donated to Warren Hills will be passed on to the school’s Health Office for its work with Helping Hands, and Hackettstown officials donated their food to Lord's Pantry at Trinity United Methodist Church. Combined, the food donation totaled more than 700 cans. Student Council officials celebrating their win are (left to right) Walker Heller, Junior Class representative; Secretary Kaitlyn Marsh; Vice President Heather Laffan; President Jess Howley; and Jack Meyer, Sophomore Class representative. (Photo courtesy of Student Council Adviser Emily Kablis)

Carlee Fisco, Staff Reporter

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