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From left, Jefferson High School senior Ash Wood, 21st Century Community Living Centers Consortium Director Rochelle Hesford and JHS senior Quinne Shultz prepare food for Boulder Elementary students involved in the program. Photo courtesy of Devyn Ottman.

Each week in the United States, approximately nine million children go home from school hungry. Thanks to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank, 21st Century Community Living Centers Consortium Director Rochelle Hesford and the Jefferson High School Thespians club, that number is reduced each week by helping to provide food for the youth of Boulder.

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A McCauley

What a great thing to be involved in! The JHS and the Boulder area is so blessed to have the Hesfords as part of our community. They lead by example and because of that students learn the importance of service to others! Anita McCauley

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