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Grade 3 Students Lead Tartan Participation in FAM Hunger Walk

A Tartan delegation of students, professional community members and parents participated in the annual fundraiser in San Clemente.
Lower School students in grade 3 led a Tartan delegation of students, professional community members and parents last weekend at the Family Assistance Ministries’ annual Hunger Walk in San Clemente.
The grade 3 involvement is tied to the grade-level focus on United Nations Sustainable Development Goal No. 2, zero hunger. In addition to spreading the word about the event and raising funds to support FAM, the grade 3 students also invited their kindergarten buddies to take part in the walk.
In total, more than 100 members of the St. Margaret’s community took part, and more than $4,100 was raised in support of FAM, which works to assist people in need in Orange County.
In addition to leading participation in the walk, the grade 3 students also presented to the Lower School on food insecurity in Orange County, while grade 5 leadership students made signs for the St. Margaret’s community to have at the walk.
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