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Southwest High School students encouraged to help the hungry

7:21 AM, Feb. 4, 2013
Some donated surplus food items on display at Paul's Pantry in Green Bay in 2011. Southwest High School students raised money to donate to the pantry as part of the Lead2Feed initiative.
Some donated surplus food items on display at Paul's Pantry in Green Bay in 2011. Southwest High School students raised money to donate to the pantry as part of the Lead2Feed initiative.
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Students in a Green Bay Southwest High School leadership class raised hundreds of dollars to help feed the hungry as part of a national program sponsored by USA TODAY's charitable arm.

Tom Sebranek, who teaches agriculture science at the Green Bay school, joined with the USA TODAY Charitable Foundation's Lead2Feed initiative, a program that provides a 10-week curriculum focusing on leadership and efforts to help the hungry, and has used it to educate kids about leadership and community awareness.

The program is open to schools across the country for the 2012-13 school year, with a goal of ...

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