The non-profit organization, Community Food Share hoped to exceed last year’s total donation of 13,633 lbs of food. Thanks to dozens of volunteers and area residents who made generous donations of non-perishable food items, 13,638 lbs of food was collected. A final total over 13,700 lbs was expected as donations were still pouring in after the collection date earlier this month. “Our volunteers did a terrific job once again and the community responded. Last year’s Fill-a-Bag Food Drive kept our shelves well-stocked during the summer and I expect it will be the same this year,” said Community Food Share Administrator Ian McKelvie. One of the Fill-a-Bag teams who volunteered in Chesterville this year, as well as last year, were Meredith Burwood holding Morgan Roy, Bonita Ojaick and Matthew Roy (front). They, and all the teams volunteering in Chesterville, had help from the North Dundas Leos Club who assisted in unloading the donations collected by the various teams. The Leos were Rosie Backes, Alix Giles, Jackson McMillan and Ben Weber (far right).       Courtesy photo