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Glenwood City School District remains food fight challenge champion

By Kelsie Hoitomt

GLENWOOD CITY — This year the annual Food Fight Challenge was held in Glenwood City on Friday, October 3 during the Hilltopper vs Bulldog football game.

A staggering 2,566 pounds of food and a total of $1,296.74 dollars was donated and collected by WestCAP on behalf of  the two communities.

The Glenwood City School District held onto their title after 1,613 pounds of food was weighed and $340.50 dollars was collected.

Boyceville was just 44.25 pounds behind with a total of 953 pounds of food and $956.24 dollars donated.

The Boyceville Lion’s Club donated a check worth $500 and ServiceMaster gifted a $100 check.

“This was by far the most successful challenge ever, said Melissa Larson, Food Access and Resource Manager at WestCAP.