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Caring ‘competition’

EMMA ROUTLEY/THE CHRONICLE CRESWELL – Although both winners and losers received equal treatment, Creswell Middle School principal Julie Johansen gets a pie in the face after Creslane Elementary generated the most Food Pantry donations. She said this was one of many times she has been pie’d in the face during her career, and that the worst place to get pie stuck is in your ear.

EMMA ROUTLEY/THE CHRONICLE Bulldogs principal Jenny Collins gets “pied” and then poses with colleagues Julie Johansen, left, and Amy Halley, right.

EMMA ROUTLEY/THE CHRONICLE CHS Bulldogs principal Jenny Collins gets “pied.”

Amy Halley/Photo Isaac Hull works with Susan Blachnik, Food Pantry director, to collect and organize contributions this past Friday.

Amy Halley/Photo Creslane principal Amy Halley, far left, Creswell High School principal Jenny Collins, center, and Transport director Sarah Hanson played key roles in the food drive.



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