Falcons give back with annual Thanksgiving feast

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Ola Johnson

Through donations and with the help of Falcon and community volunteers including the boys soccer team, the Falcon Thanksgiving feast was able to feed over 80 people. "I believe it’s important to give back to the community around you. And I wanted to encourage that with the soccer players on the team and pass that along," student Michael Gibson said. "I’ve gotten more out of doing this kind of thing than anything else I’ve ever done. I like giving back."

Olaoluwa Johnson, Reporter

On Monday, Nov. 25, Falcons contributed to the third annual Thanksgiving feast in the West High cafeteria started by social worker Jenn O’Hare. There were approximately 80 people that attended and 24 families were given food.