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College of Behavioral and Community Sciences


CBCS food drive surpasses goal, collects over 1,700 items

Wendy Stoneman-Shelby and Lisa Landis

Landis and Stoneman-Shelby deliver the items to the food pantry on the Tampa campus.

The Battle of CBCS Food Drive held in April in conjunction with USF Week and Student Employee Appreciation Week surpassed its goal of 1,500 items for the food pantry – collecting over 1,700 non-perishable food items from all departments and schools in the college. The Department of Child and Family Studies collected the most items (over 600 items), earning a pups and sweets party. Lisa Landis, MA and Wendy Stoneman-Shelby, MA delivered the items to the Feed-A-Bull Food Pantry on the Tampa campus.

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