South Bend High Schools host clothing drive at College Football Hall of Fame

By: Paul Murphy Email
By: Paul Murphy Email

South Bend High Schools hosted a clothing drive on Sunday at the College Football Hall of Fame.

Students from Adams High School, Clay High School, Riley High School and Washington High School helped collect and sort clothing at the. They began collecting the clothes at the beginning of March.

The winning high school will receive a trophy.

"As an educator, it excites me to see kids out of the goodness of their heart come out here to take part because we all live in this world together," said Scott Dactelides of South Bend Schools. "We have to reach out and help each other out whenever we can."

All of the clothing collected will be donated to benefit Eric's Promise and the St. Vincent de Paul Society.


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