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CHS Interact Club teams up for Claremont food drive

The Claremont High School Interact Club, in partnership with Wheeler Steffen, invites all city residents to the special event “Drive Away Hunger.” Due to COVID-19, Interact has reshaped its annual Halloween event “Scare Away Hunger,” with the same goal in mind—collecting canned food to donate to Inland Valley Hope Partners. Canned goods and other food items can be dropped off at the Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s parking lot at 500 West Foothill Boulevard in Claremont on Sunday, November 1, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. During the event, a limited number of Interact volunteers will be working to collect and sanitize donated food items, while following COVID-19 guidelines. CHS Interact Club is looking forward to seeing you all at Drive Away Hunger!

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