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District, Club Collect Food

Superintendent Will Work From Atop Building If Goal's Met

Posted: December 13, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Michael Poore, Bentonville Schools superintendent, works Wednesday amid a growing pile of donated food items in his office at the district’s Administration Building in Bentonville. Poore is taking nonperishable food donations to benefit the Samaritan House in Rogers through Tuesday. He hopes enough donations will be made to force him out of his office and onto the building’s roof.

The Bentonville School District superintendent and School Board president are at it again. This time the superintendent could end up on the roof.

At A Glance

Nutritional Items

The Samaritan Center in Rogers provides peanut-free nutritional items in its SnackPacks for Kids. Those items are listed below. Other items will be used for its food pantry.

• Hunts Shelf Stable Pudding Cups

• Austin Cheese Crackers

• Maruchan Raman Noodles

• Quaker Instant Oatmeal

• Nutri-Grain and Little Debbie Cereal Bars

• Rice Krispie Treats

• Little Debbie Marshmallow Bars

• Peanut-free fruit snacks and fruit cups that have a plastic top or metal container

Source: Samaritan Center

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