The Blue and Gold Club at Frankin Elementary School in Rahway recently held a Thanksgiving Food Drive. They were able to collect many boxes of food, which was then disbursed to families in need at their school. Due to their kind hearts and collection efforts, many families were able to enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. Pictured here are members of the school's Blue and Gold Club, (L to R) Cindy Ponce and Ashley Pinedo. They did a great job helping out with this event.
Thanksgiving Food Drive
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