Lancaster County School makes dominoes using cereal boxes

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) – Students at a Lancaster County school found a fun way to give back and help families fight food insecurity.

The Lititz Area Mennonite School turned 1,000 cereal boxes into dominoes. After hours of construction, the students lined the hallways and watched the boxes fall for three minutes.

Since Christmas, students have been bringing in cereal boxes to make the cereal box dominoes a reality. Kellogg’s also donated cereal boxes to the school.

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“Everyone has learned that teamwork can make anything possible. We definitely couldn’t have done this alone, we had so much help from everyone just working together, and it was awesome,” said Harper Lee, a student at The Lititz Area Mennonite School.

All of the cereal boxes were donated to the Water Street Mission in Lancaster after the dominoes were knocked over. Lancaster County School makes dominoes using cereal boxes

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