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MHS STUDENT
APPOINTED TO CENTRAL
PA FOOD BANK
ADVISORY COUNCIL
By Milton Hershey School
Introduction
 Located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, the
eponymous Milton Hershey School (MHS) was
founded by the industrialis...
Central PA Food Bank
 The group consists of selected high school
students, who learn about hunger on both a local
and nat...
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MHS Student Appointed to Central PA Food Bank Advisory Council

  1. 1. MHS STUDENT APPOINTED TO CENTRAL PA FOOD BANK ADVISORY COUNCIL By Milton Hershey School
  2. 2. Introduction  Located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, the eponymous Milton Hershey School (MHS) was founded by the industrialist and his wife Catherine in 1909 in order to provide a high quality education to children from low-income families. At Milton Hershey School, students are encouraged to volunteer in their communities. MHS student, 10th grader Elijah Conniff, recently was appointed to the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank Junior Advisory Council. The student council works to end hunger and strengthen local communities.
  3. 3. Central PA Food Bank  The group consists of selected high school students, who learn about hunger on both a local and national level in order to better raise awareness about the issue. Together, the students will plan and execute a hunger-related project. Applicants to the program submit a 350-500 word essay in response to the question “Hunger in PA - how can I make a difference?” Those selected serve a term of one academic year, during which time they meet once per month. Students who successfully complete the program receive a $500 scholarship toward their postsecondary education.

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