EYOTA, Minn.- Thanksgiving is over but students at Dover-Eyota public schools are looking to help members in their community.
They’re doing it through a sharing tree where people come and drop off gifts and food items under the tree.
The food will go to help families in the Dover-Eyota area.
Bryanna Anderson is an organizer of the sharing tree and tells KIMT that each year students surprise her.
“They really donate because it’s such a tight community, they feel like they’re helping someone they know,” she add.
You can drop off items until Dec. 7 at the high or middle school, City Hall, Eyota Flea Market or Bremer Bank.
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