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Waimea Country School continues partnership with Annunciation Catholic Church Emergency Food Pantry

<p>Ann Lum, director of the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry, left, talks with fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students from Waimea Country School about the service the Food Pantry provides to the community. WCS students are continuing to partner with the Food Pantry for the fifth consecutive year by volunteering weekly to box food and bag rice in this community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)</p>

Ann Lum, director of the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry, left, talks with fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students from Waimea Country School about the service the Food Pantry provides to the community. WCS students are continuing to partner with the Food Pantry for the fifth consecutive year by volunteering weekly to box food and bag rice in this community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

<p>Ann Lum, director of the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry, left, talks with fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students from Waimea Country School about the service the Food Pantry provides to the community. WCS students are continuing to partner with the Food Pantry for the fifth consecutive year by volunteering weekly to box food and bag rice in this community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)</p>

Ann Lum, director of the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry, left, talks with fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students from Waimea Country School about the service the Food Pantry provides to the community. WCS students are continuing to partner with the Food Pantry for the fifth consecutive year by volunteering weekly to box food and bag rice in this community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

<p>Ann Lum, director of the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry, left, talks with fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students from Waimea Country School about the service the Food Pantry provides to the community. WCS students are continuing to partner with the Food Pantry for the fifth consecutive year by volunteering weekly to box food and bag rice in this community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)</p>

Ann Lum, director of the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry, left, talks with fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students from Waimea Country School about the service the Food Pantry provides to the community. WCS students are continuing to partner with the Food Pantry for the fifth consecutive year by volunteering weekly to box food and bag rice in this community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

<p>Waimea Country School fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students walk donations over to the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry located at the Catholic Church next door to the school’s campus. Each Tuesday morning, students take the donations collected from the Waimea Country School ‘ohana and from St. James Episcopal Church to the Food Pantry and stay on to help out as volunteers to box food and bag rice to hand out to those in need in our community. The school is beginning its fifth year of partnership with the Food Pantry with this ongoing community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)</p>

Waimea Country School fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students walk donations over to the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry located at the Catholic Church next door to the school’s campus. Each Tuesday morning, students take the donations collected from the Waimea Country School ‘ohana and from St. James Episcopal Church to the Food Pantry and stay on to help out as volunteers to box food and bag rice to hand out to those in need in our community. The school is beginning its fifth year of partnership with the Food Pantry with this ongoing community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

Waimea Country School fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students walk donations over to the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry located at the Catholic Church next door to the school’s campus. Each Tuesday morning, students take the donations collected from the Waimea Country School ‘ohana and from St. James Episcopal Church to the Food Pantry and stay on to help out as volunteers to box food and bag rice to hand out to those in need in our community. The school is beginning its fifth year of partnership with the Food Pantry with this ongoing community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

Ann Lum, director of the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry, left, talks with fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students from Waimea Country School about the service the Food Pantry provides to the community. WCS students are continuing to partner with the Food Pantry for the fifth consecutive year by volunteering weekly to box food and bag rice in this community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

Ann Lum, director of the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry, left, talks with fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students from Waimea Country School about the service the Food Pantry provides to the community. WCS students are continuing to partner with the Food Pantry for the fifth consecutive year by volunteering weekly to box food and bag rice in this community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

Ann Lum, director of the Annunciation Emergency Food Pantry, left, talks with fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students from Waimea Country School about the service the Food Pantry provides to the community. WCS students are continuing to partner with the Food Pantry for the fifth consecutive year by volunteering weekly to box food and bag rice in this community service project. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)