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Foster City Preschool Students Donate Food for Second Harvest

Calling themselves “Trader Pandas,” the Peninsula Jewish Community Center Preschool Panda class sold muffins at the Center’s weekly Farmer’s Market to purchase canned goods for the Second Harvest Food Drive.

Editor's Note: The following information was provided to Foster City Patch from Eileen Mitchell of the Peninsula Jewish Community Center. To submit photos or an article for publication, please e-mail laura.dudnick@patch.com.

Calling themselves “Trader Pandas,” the Peninsula Jewish Community Center Preschool Panda class recently sold muffins at the Center’s weekly Farmer’s Market to purchase canned goods for the Second Harvest Food Drive.

Their interest to contribute grew out of a classroom conversation about gratitude and giving.

This week, the little pandas are taking turns walking to Safeway with teachers and parent chaperones to use the money they earned to purchase canned goods for the food drive.

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