I love finding all these amazing stories right from central Maine and honestly when it has to do with supporting Maine families by supporting foodbanks it really touched my heart.  The Cony High School program of Jobs for Maine Graduates did a thing.  The Cony High School and Middle School students have been collecting boxes of cereal to go to the Augusta Food Bank.

BUT when you have over a thousand boxes of cereal and the kind of space that have in at Cony High School in the auditorium you take your 1,333 boxes, according to centralmaine.com, you line them up in a design so you can knock them down like they are dominos!  Oh, did I mention they also collected all of this in just two weeks?  Impressive.

AND they did that.  Check out the video from the Kennebec Journal.

In case you do not know much about Jobs for Maine Graduates? Here is how their website describes JMG “works with Maine's public middle and high schools, community colleges, and our university system to help students reach their fullest potential. JMG strengthens Maine's workforce and improves the economy by providing students with the guidance, skills, and opportunities they need to succeed in their careers. JMG serves more than 10,000 students in communities throughout all of Maine’s 16 counties. JMG is the only nonprofit in Maine offering a continuum of support to help students transition from middle school through high school graduation, onto post-secondary education through degree attainment and connections to successful career pathways.”

Very proud of you Cony High School JMG.

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