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Art to feed the hungry

ST LAURENCE Primary School, Leongatha students have started collecting canned goods to donate to people in need over the Christmas period.

The school is hoping to collect around 500 cans before November 20 when each class will create a mural using the donated cans.

All cans will be donated to St Vinnies, but first the students will construct the best mural they can in the school yard using the cans.

You can drop off cans to the St Laurence Primary School office or The Star office.

Great cause: from left, St Laurence Primary School students Lydia, Brad, Amy, Braydi, Angeline and Darcy are looking forward to receiving dozens of cans from the community to donate to St Vinnies after they use the cans to create murals on November 20.

Short URL: http://thestar.com.au/?p=23229

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