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Students build a way to benefit food bank

Photos by Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette
DeKalb High School student council members, from left, sophomores Jack Bassett, Libbie Koeppe, Jill Marlose and senior Guadalupe Cruz build their CANstruction design Friday based on Cinderella's castle at Disney World. High school students compete in the event, which runs through Sunday at Glenbrook Square, to benefit the Community Harvest Food Bank.
Students from area schools arrived at Glenbrook on Friday morning to set up their designs for CANstruction.
Taylor Sparks, a senior at Concordia Lutheran High School, sets cans in place for her school's submission.

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