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CAN-do spirit and creativity to combine for CANstruction to benefit Community Harvest

A temple to ingenuity in the CANstruction event. (Courtesy of Community Harvest Food Bank)
A temple to ingenuity in the CANstruction event. (Courtesy of Community Harvest Food Bank)
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Saturday, March 08, 2014 12:01 am
Entries in Fort Wayne's annual CANstruction, to benefit Community Harvest Food Bank, will be displayed later this month at Glenbrook Square Mall, 4201 Coldwater Road. Shoppers can bring along canned-good donations to use as votes for their favorite team(s).

Students from 16 area high schools will build colossal canned creations based on this year's theme, “Great Travel Destinations” 9 a.m.-9 p.m. March 14. Judging will be 10 a.m.-noon March 15. The sculptures will then be displayed through March 23.

Last year Fort Wayne's CANstruction internationally ranked as the fourth-highest city, collecting 68,033 pounds of food, which equaled 50,344 meals served to those less fortunate.

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