KCMS students hosting Thanksgiving food drive

CHESTERTOWN — Students in a mentoring program at Kent County Middle School are hosting a food drive this month, collecting items that families can use for what is considered a traditional Thanksgiving meal.

The second annual AAEEBB Thanksgiving Food Drive runs through Nov. 21.

Tyray Johnson is the program coordinator at the middle school for AAEEBB, an acronym for Achieving Academic Equity and Excellence for Black Boys.

The following food items are being collected: canned gravy, canned corn, canned greens, canned yams, stuffing, cranberry sauce, corn bread mix, biscuit mix, white rice, chicken broth, mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese.

Food may be dropped off at the middle school’s Student Support Center or the Coldwell Banker Chesapeake Real Estate office at 114 S. Cross St., Suite B, in Chestertown.

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