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While kids are collecting candy on Halloween, CHS performing arts students will be collecting food donations for their annual food drive, "Trick-or-Treat So Kids Can Eat."

While kids are collecting candy on Halloween, CHS performing arts students will be collecting food donations for their annual food drive, "Trick-or-Treat So Kids Can Eat." Each donation stays in our community, and we are grateful for the support of our Centerville-Washington Township neighbors each year!

Is a team coming to my neighborhood?
Students who are participating are busy distributing flyers in the neighborhoods where they'll be collecting. The goal is to cover as many homes as possible from 6-8 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 31, but if you received a flyer and we miss you, please consider still making a donation to a local food pantry.

What can we donate?
TOTS-Eat accepts non-perishable items like canned fruit and vegetables, soup, baby food, canned tuna and chicken, peanut butter, cereal, pasta, rice, potatoes, and spaghetti sauce.  Please check the expiration dates on your items. TOTS-Eat cannot accept monetary donations.

Once again, thank you for supporting our students and our community!