Penn State Wilkes-Barre donates to The Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank’s Feeding America’s Backpack Program, set to roll out at Lehman-Jackson


Penn State Wilkes-Barre recently made a donation to The Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank's Feeding America's Backpack Program, an effort providing at-risk students with backpacks filled with healthy, easy-to-open foods to eat over the weekends and during holidays when they would otherwise go hungry. The Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank is in the process of rolling out the program focusing on healthy food alternatives to Lehman-Jackson Elementary School. Funds for the donation were raised through dress-down Fridays held for Penn State Wilkes-Barre faculty and staff throughout the spring semester. Participants paid $2 to wear jeans and funds are voted upon for donation. From left, Chancellor Charles Davis, Weinberg Food Bank Representative Amanda Brueckler, and Lehman-Jackson Elementary Principal Donald James.


Penn State Wilkes-Barre recently made a donation to The Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank’s Feeding America’s Backpack Program, an effort providing at-risk students with backpacks filled with healthy, easy-to-open foods to eat over the weekends and during holidays when they would otherwise go hungry. The Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank is in the process of rolling out the program focusing on healthy food alternatives to Lehman-Jackson Elementary School. Funds for the donation were raised through dress-down Fridays held for Penn State Wilkes-Barre faculty and staff throughout the spring semester. Participants paid $2 to wear jeans and funds are voted upon for donation. From left, Chancellor Charles Davis, Weinberg Food Bank Representative Amanda Brueckler, and Lehman-Jackson Elementary Principal Donald James.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Weinberg-Food-Bank.jpgPenn State Wilkes-Barre recently made a donation to The Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank’s Feeding America’s Backpack Program, an effort providing at-risk students with backpacks filled with healthy, easy-to-open foods to eat over the weekends and during holidays when they would otherwise go hungry. The Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank is in the process of rolling out the program focusing on healthy food alternatives to Lehman-Jackson Elementary School. Funds for the donation were raised through dress-down Fridays held for Penn State Wilkes-Barre faculty and staff throughout the spring semester. Participants paid $2 to wear jeans and funds are voted upon for donation. From left, Chancellor Charles Davis, Weinberg Food Bank Representative Amanda Brueckler, and Lehman-Jackson Elementary Principal Donald James.

Penn State Wilkes-Barre recently made a donation to The Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank’s Feeding America’s Backpack Program, an effort providing at-risk students with backpacks filled with healthy, easy-to-open foods to eat over the weekends and during holidays when they would otherwise go hungry. The Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank is in the process of rolling out the program focusing on healthy food alternatives to Lehman-Jackson Elementary School. Funds for the donation were raised through dress-down Fridays held for Penn State Wilkes-Barre faculty and staff throughout the spring semester. Participants paid $2 to wear jeans and funds are voted upon for donation. From left, Chancellor Charles Davis, Weinberg Food Bank Representative Amanda Brueckler, and Lehman-Jackson Elementary Principal Donald James.

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