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OHHS football team distributes food for families


As high school football season gets under way, at least one team looked for a way to score one for the larger community. The Ottawa Hills High School Bengals distributed tons of food to Kent County Community Action, which works to help alleviate poverty in numerous ways, for families in need. Steve Kelso, marketing and communications manager for the Kent County Health Department, shot this inspirational video documenting the generous extra effort by Coach Christian Verley and his players.

Video contributed by Steve Kelso, Marketing and Communications Manager, Kent County Health Department

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