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Like many high schoolers around the State, Seniors at the Tower Hill School graduate tomorrow. But they were hard at work this week at the Food Bank of Delaware, where they helped sort food and assemble and pack meals for children at the Food Bank’s After-School nutrition sites. Each year during “Senior week,” Tower Hill sends their 12th graders out into the community to volunteer at needy organizations.  “It’s a great way to keep them busy and doing good works for our community as they look forward to graduation,” said THS volunteer coordinator Chris Morrow.


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