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Caddo Students Donate To KTEN Food Drive

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CADDO, OK -- Some students in Bryan County stepped up to help in our Feeding Families food drive, collecting donations for those in need.

On Wednesday, a Caddo High School cheerleader and cheer coach dropped off two boxes of food that students collected outside of a bank over two mornings. Residents in Caddo did not just give food, they were also generous with their donations.

"My cheer coach thought of the idea and we thought it was a great idea and it's a time of giving Thanksgiving so we thought this would be a great thing to do!" says cheer captain Abby Percell, a senior at Caddo High School.

The students also collected more than $500 for the Salvation Army.