Gobble, gobble

December 4, 2013 

Stacy James, principal at Woodland Elementary, trotted throughout her school Nov. 26 dressed as a turkey to celebrate the school's successful food drive for a local charity. Woodland students, staff and families collected more than 1,200 pounds of food in just 10 days with all food being donated to Lee's Summit Social Services. James promised students that she would dress up like a turkey on the day before Thanksgiving break if students met their goal of 1,000 pounds.

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Stacy James, principal at Woodland Elementary, trotted throughout her school Nov. 26 dressed as a turkey to celebrate the school's successful food drive for a local charity. Woodland students, staff and families collected more than 1,200 pounds of food in just 10 days with all food being donated to Lee's Summit Social Services. James promised students that she would dress up like a turkey on the day before Thanksgiving break if students met their goal of 1,000 pounds.

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