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Wednesday, November 7, 2012



BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s Student Nurse Organization is running a community-wide food drive through Nov. 16 to support local food pantries and families in the Bradford community.

Christie Smith and Heather Ward, both nursing majors and co-presidents of SNO, ask all those who can to bring non-perishable food items (such as canned goods, easily preserved foods, hot and cold cereal, pasta, and dry goods) to campus. Expired food cannot be accepted.

“We’re holding this event to support the community,” Ward said.

Food items can be brought to campus and dropped in bins located in the Frame-Westerberg Commons, Swarts Hall, Fisher Hall, Campus Police building, Hanley Library, Harriet B. Wick Chapel or the Sport and Fitness Center.

Also, those attending sporting events at the Sport and Fitness Center can get $1 off their ticket price by bringing a nonperishable food item to the event.

Eight years ago, Dr. Tammy Haley, assistant professor of nursing, started the annual food drive with the SNO students, and Mary Boser, assistant professor of nursing and current SNO advisor, has continued the tradition with the nursing students in the club.

Last year students and the community filled more than three tables of nonperishable food, equivalent to 50 grocery bags. The students hope to increase this year’s total by 25 percent.

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