Canned Food Competition
PAWS Classes Compete for prizes. Nov 15th to Dec 1st
Sponsored by : Junior High Student Council
a Humanitarian Service Project
Help serve children and senior citizens in need residing in Chariton County
Be Creative, Inspire Others, and Impact Your Community
For more information on #GRINCHFORGOOD
Contact; JH Student Council sponsor Stephany Clark
For food to be eligible for prizes they must have a current expiration date.
JH STUCO students are assigned to each PAWS room to collect food.
PRIZES FOR HUMANITARIAN SERVICE PROJECT SUPPORT
PAWS class that collects the largest % of cans per student (number of cans divided by number of students) will get a pizza party for their PAWS class on December 7th
Individual student who brings in the most cans will win two tickets to “The Grinch” at B & B Moberly Five.
The best non-perishable foods to donate
peanut butter, or other nut butters
canned fruit in juice, not in light or heavy syrup
canned vegetables, with no or low-sodium
canned tuna in water
shelf stable milk and milk substitutes
whole grain pasta
low-sodium pasta sauce
popcorn kernels (not microwave popcorn)
unsweetened apple sauce
whole grain, low-sugar cold cereals
olive or canola oil
dried fruits, no sugar added
chicken, beef and vegetable broths and stock.
Canned goods with pop-top lids are better than canned goods that require a can opener
Avoid foods packaged in glass.
Do not donate foods that are past the expiration date.