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Photo gallery: Poff Elementary dance raises funds for food pantry

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Poff Elementary’s All School Dance was held on May 10 at Hampton High School.
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Poff Elementary’s All School Dance was held on May 10 at Hampton High School.
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Poff Elementary’s All School Dance was May 10 at Hampton High School.
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Poff Elementary’s All School Dance was May 10 at Hampton High School.
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Poff Elementary’s All School Dance was held on May 10 at Hampton High School.
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Poff Elementary’s All School Dance was held on May 10 at Hampton High School. Makenna Matecka with her grandfather Steve Matecka at the Poff Elementary All School Dance.

Poff Elementary held its first All School Dance on May 10 at Hampton High School.

This event sold 248 tickets. Guests donated more than 350 nonperishable food items to benefit North Hills Community Outreach’s food pantry.

Sponsors for the dance included Poff PTO, Wildwood Sports Complex, Katie’s Clay Studio, Caliente Pizza, Great Clips, and Target Gibsonia.

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