Alameda Scouts delivered seven tons of food to the Alameda Food Bank, the bounty of this year’s Scouting for Food Drive. The non-perishable food donated by residents throughout Alameda Saturday, Nov.
During World War I, school gardens materialized as an effort to utilize idle land on urban and suburban school properties. Food was grown at schools for local community food security, to increase nutritional awareness, and to increase youth civic engagement.
Students in Wood Middle School (WMS) Technology and Design (TAD) classes took part in the Paper Truss Bridge Challenge at the school Nov. 8 to 10. For the past 12 weeks, TAD students had been studying bridge design, leading up to the bridge challenge.