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Brown paper bags went home with elementary students in Bozeman last week as part of a fundraiser to help students who are experiencing food insecurity throughout Gallatin Valley.

Bozeman Schools Foundation’s Pack the Sack fundraiser is in its third year, and aims to both educate children and families on the food needs in the area while also getting elementary school students involved in raising money.

The Bozeman Schools Foundation partnered with Gallatin Valley Food Bank and HRDC, which runs the KidsPack program. The program provides students a bag of food that goes home with them at the end of the week to ensure children have enough food over the weekend.

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Liz Weber can be reached at lweber@dailychronicle.com or 582-2633.

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