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Eisenhower High School wins $5,000 grant

LAWTON, Okla._For the second year in a row Eisenhower High School has been awarded $5,000 to fight local hunger.

They are the winners of the third annual Lead2Feed World Hunger Leadership Challenge.

Eisenhower's projects for the challenge involved more than three hundred students who raised about $6,000 in food and cash that was donated to the Salvation Army.

The Lead2Feed program aims to solve world hunger by teaching students leadership skills.

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