Queen Margaret’s School forms a food chain

Students of a variety of ages have fun doing QMS’s 2019 Food Chain. (Hayley Picard photo)
Molly Royal laughs with a classmate during the QMS Food Chain event, 2019. (Hayley Picard photo)
Neven Bains does his part in the QMS Food Chain, 2019. (Hayley Picard photo)
QMS forms a food chain, part of an event that donated food to the food bank. (Hayley Picard photo)
Xavier Rasul-Jankovics in the QMS Food Chain, 2019. (Hayley Picard photo)

Queen Margaret’s School held its annual Food Chain event recently and successfully gathered more than 1,000 pounds of non-perishable items for the Cowichan Basket Society.

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