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Food for Freedom aims to break world record

Teen's food drive aims to break world record

8:07 PM, Feb. 3, 2013
Daniel Loomans, a 16-year-old junior at Fond du Lac High School, plans to break a world record for collecting the most food in 24 hours to benefit area food pantries.
Daniel Loomans, a 16-year-old junior at Fond du Lac High School, plans to break a world record for collecting the most food in 24 hours to benefit area food pantries.

A Fond du Lac High School student is spearheading an effort to collect enough food donations to set a world record and feed thousands of people.

Junior Daniel Loomans, 16, held a press conference Friday at the high school to unveil his plan to attempt to break the world record for the largest food drive held in 24 hours at a single location.

The event involves a five-county area and will take place from Saturday, May 25, to Sunday, May 26, Memorial Day weekend. Non-perishable food items will be collected at Fond du Lac High School, 801 Campus Drive. ...

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