First grade food drive champions

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Austin Montgomery/Beloit Daily News Robinson Elementary first grade students celebrate their win in the school's annual food drive. Teacher Nancy Furman's class collected the most items of the 2,164 donations collected since Nov. 1. The donations were received by Caritas Representative Ann Schroeder. Culver's in Beloit treated the students to free lunch for their efforts.

Robinson Elementary First Grade students celebrate their win in the school's annual food drive collection. Teacher Nancy Furman's class collected the most items of the 2,164 donations collected since Nov. 1. The donations were recieved by Caritas Representative Ann Schroeder.

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