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Students At Bishop McGuinness Help Hungry Oklahoma Kids

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Students at Bishop McGuinness High School collected more than 76,000 pounds of food. Students at Bishop McGuinness High School collected more than 76,000 pounds of food.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

New 9 is spending Friday at the Outlet Shoppes in Oklahoma City to help raise money for the Regional Food Bank. The food bank pantry recently received a large donation, thanks to the kids at Bishop McGuinness High School.

The students gathered more than 76,000 pounds of food for hungry Oklahomans.

"When we do the food drive, people get more involved because it's something easy for everyone to do, and we know it goes to a really good cause," senior Addison Plank said.

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