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Hudson students "Stuff a Truck" for the food shelf

The winners of the "Stuff-a-Truck" sculptures competition at Hudson Prairie Elementary were Kathleen Cook's first-grade class. Pictured are Ryan Arthur, Lucas Biederman, Samantha Bjork, William Brozek, William Coenen, Megan Erickson, Erin Farrell, Matthew Glaus, Brielle Hagen, Jaida Hartwick, Travis Hastreiter, Drew Hay, Lauren Holloway, Skylar Klund, Aaron Langert, Olivia Maahs-Henderson, Christian Moltzan, Ella Quiney, Reese Richardson, Campbell Straw, Logan Vonberge and Gabriel Wallin. Photo submitted1 / 3
North Hudson Elementary fourth-grade students happily added their donations to the County Market truck. From left are Jacob Cumming, Max Reynolds, Jakes Asembo, Blayne Saari, Charlie Chase and Brian Hause. Photo submitted2 / 3
E. P. Rock second-graders proudly prepared to load their donations for "Stuff-a-Truck." Pictured are, from left, Sophia Schoon, Luke Jackson, Emilie Koenig, Griffin Strapon, Griffin Keeler, Sam Hale, Peyton Williams, Tatiana Lindsay, Avery Johnson, Shayla Hacking, Hana Duty, Nathan Becker, Mikayla Bolopue, Cavion James, Hunter Danielson, Andrew Wulf, Joey Olson, Anna Vanderlinden and Jack Radamacher. Photo submitted3 / 3

The annual "Stuff-a-Truck" campaign netted 13,000 pounds of goods for the Hudson Food Shelf earlier this month.

County Market sends a truck to collect the donations gathered by students at their schools. This year they made stops at all of Hudson's public schools and at St. Patrick's.

To make it little more interesting, several schools participated in the first "Stuff-a-Truck" sculpture competition. Students created sculptures with the items donated before they were loaded into the truck.

"We are very pleased with the donations this year for the Hudson Food Cupboard. Special thanks to all the schools -- students and staff," said County Market manager Dave Olson.

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