San Leandro High Students Volunteer to Help Feed Families

Pictured, from left to right: Front row-Rayven Savoury, Brianna Fisher, Uneek Jordan, Yanevi Quinn, Julian Parrish, Tekia Doby, LuTillian Hudson; Second row-Veronica Alder, Imani Campbell, Jazree Ridley, Arris Hudson, Brandon Pakeman, Lisa Pakeman; Third row-Angelia Foxall, Niara Parrish, David Fields, Pam Pettus, Wynton Pettus, Monique Parrish, Stephanie Davis; Fourth row- Sonny Sowles, Ronald Thomas, James Parrish, Greg Hill, Arion Johnson. Photo by Niara Parrish.

By Ashley Chambers San Leandro High’s Black Student Union (BSU) volunteered at the Alameda County Community Food Bank (ACCFB) Monday, Nov. 19 to help to feed 31,400 families. BSU parents LuTillian Hudson and Angelia Foxalo take students to the food bank twice a year, encouraging them to give back to others. “At a time like this as Thanksgiving approaches, it is important for us to teach the students to help others less fortunate than them,” Hudson said. The BSU parents say they are consistently motivating students with annual events including a college tour, an essay contest around the Martin Luther King holiday, and a Black History program. For information about San Leandro High’s BSU events and fundraising, contact LuTillian Hudson at (510) 697-1206.

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