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Student Senate competes for pounds instead of gold

Student senate competes at the River Bend Student Hunger Drive Kick Off

Kate Kealey, Editor in Chief

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On Monday Sept. 24 Davenport West student senate competed in the River Bends student hunger drive kick off. Each school had the chance to create a one minute skit about the hunger drive. The winning team would receive 2,000 pounds of food to start off the hunger drive.

“We all win when we donate to the hunger drive,” Kory Kuffler WQADs’ sports reporter and MC for the competition said.

After the schools performed, it came down to a tie between North Scott and West. Instead of the judges voting, the crowd of students would decide the winners by cheering the loudest for their favorite team. At the end of the match the North Scott Lancers won the battle.

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