Written by Al Stover
By Al Stover
As most youth were gathering candy on Halloween, students of the Wolf Point High School chapter of the National Honor Society trekked around the city collecting canned foods.
Twenty students met at Lynne Monson’s home and ate dinner. Once groups were assigned areas, they collected food from community residents until 8p.m., then the students dropped it off at Monson’s house.
According to Monson, the students collected enough food for 25 big boxes. Monson said the students will take the boxes of food to the Lord’s Table.
Monson said the students had fun doing something on Halloween that helped the community. She also said some of the students were dressed in costumes.
Kymree Flynn was one of the Honor Society members who collected canned foods. Flynn said going around the neighborhood was fun and it was nice to give back to the community. She also said some people gave cash donations instead of food.
Tukker Toavs, another Honor Society member, also said he had fun collecting food. He said that many people were helpful by getting the food ready to pick up.