Pasco bus drivers Emily Wantz, left, and Jaime Cornelius work Monday to unload a box from co-worker Isaiah McCollum of donated canned goods at Second Harvest in Pasco. About a dozen bus drivers, in five buses, volunteered to deliver and unload food for the third-annual Fill-the-Bus food drive. Jean Tucker of Second Harvest said the project collected 7,510 pounds, which will provide 6,258 meals for families in Benton and Franklin counties. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com.
Pasco bus drivers Emily Wantz, left, and Jaime Cornelius work Monday to unload a box from co-worker Isaiah McCollum of donated canned goods at Second Harvest in Pasco. About a dozen bus drivers, in five buses, volunteered to deliver and unload food for the third-annual Fill-the-Bus food drive. Jean Tucker of Second Harvest said the project collected 7,510 pounds, which will provide 6,258 meals for families in Benton and Franklin counties. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Pasco bus drivers Emily Wantz, left, and Jaime Cornelius work Monday to unload a box from co-worker Isaiah McCollum of donated canned goods at Second Harvest in Pasco. About a dozen bus drivers, in five buses, volunteered to deliver and unload food for the third-annual Fill-the-Bus food drive. Jean Tucker of Second Harvest said the project collected 7,510 pounds, which will provide 6,258 meals for families in Benton and Franklin counties. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Pasco bus drivers deliver food to Second Harvest

December 21, 2015 04:14 PM

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