|‘Aging’ second grade students stock pantry|
A weary and aging second grade class from Chase County Schools visited the Chase County Pantry last Friday, but one wonders how they were even able to walk there. It was the 100th day of school in the 2012-13 year, and the three classes celebrated the day by dressing like 100-year-old people. Despite their aged looks, the students were lively in their efforts to reach a goal of donating 100 canned goods to the pantry. They far exceeded the goal, and delivered 190 cans of food.
As part of their visit, Nancy Terryberry, right, president of the pantry board, explained how the pantry operates and shows them the freezer where some of the food is stored.
McKenzie Vogt, at left, who came with curlers and a cane, listens intently to the presentation. (Republican photos)