“They want to change the world”
Members of the Blue Hill Consolidated School fifth-grade classes take the Hancock County Food Drive very seriously. “They want to change the world,” said teacher Rachel Nightingale. Students collected 1,231 items of nonperishable food to help feed those in need. “It was contagious,” said teacher Mark Baxter. The students also gathered $610 in donations, which they will give to the Tree of Life food pantry. The good part was “knowing that you don’t have to be older to help people,” said Vanessa Sherwood.