The Black and Blue Food Drive is a friendly three-week competition among schools in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford school district where each campus collects its own supply of canned and boxed food to donate to the 6 Stones food pantry. Since the competition began five years ago, nearly 278,000 food items have been donated. Winners from four levels — district overall, high school, junior high and elementary — receive a $1,000 check from 6 Stones based on the most items donated per student. Hurst Junior High, River Trails Elementary and L. D. Bell High School were this year’s winning schools, and the “Blue” overall district winner was Bell.
The Black and Blue Food Drive is a friendly three-week competition among schools in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford school district where each campus collects its own supply of canned and boxed food to donate to the 6 Stones food pantry. Since the competition began five years ago, nearly 278,000 food items have been donated. Winners from four levels — district overall, high school, junior high and elementary — receive a $1,000 check from 6 Stones based on the most items donated per student. Hurst Junior High, River Trails Elementary and L. D. Bell High School were this year’s winning schools, and the “Blue” overall district winner was Bell. 6 Stones Courtesy photo
The Black and Blue Food Drive is a friendly three-week competition among schools in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford school district where each campus collects its own supply of canned and boxed food to donate to the 6 Stones food pantry. Since the competition began five years ago, nearly 278,000 food items have been donated. Winners from four levels — district overall, high school, junior high and elementary — receive a $1,000 check from 6 Stones based on the most items donated per student. Hurst Junior High, River Trails Elementary and L. D. Bell High School were this year’s winning schools, and the “Blue” overall district winner was Bell. 6 Stones Courtesy photo

Eyes on H-E-B: 6 Stones opens New Hope Expansion Center and announces winners for food drive

October 27, 2016 09:18 PM