Harry Miller of the South County Community Food Bank came into the Seaside Daily Astorian office to tell Wendy Richardson that he "wanted people to know what a good group of kids we have here in Seaside. We hear so much of the negative and not enough positive. He just thinks the kids did a great job and it really helped out the food bank," Richardson says.

Miller was talking about Seaside High School student Peter Shepherd's food drive, part of his Pacifica Project, which collected an amazing 2,500 pounds of food and $360 for the South County Community Food Bank.

Shepherd brought some friends along to help transport and unload the food collected. Pictured above, from left, SHS students Mallory Pittard, Jamie Osburn, Sarah Lacoste, Mac Clark and Miller of the food bank. Also pictured left, from left, Harry Miller and Peter Shepherd.


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