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Hahn helps fight hunger

March 8, 2012

Joshua Cutler, a kindergarten teacher and coordinator of the Marguerite Hahn Elementary School’s  food drive, dons a “Mr. Campbell Soup” costume, while Billy Bartz, food drive and events coordinator for Redwood Empire Food Bank, presents a certificate to Principal Teresa Ruffoni.
Photo by Jane Peleti