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Teens Collect 25,000 Cans of Food for Charity and World Record-Breaking Pyramid

A group of high school students in New Jersey not only set out to break a Guinness World Record for the highest pyramid constructed only from cans, but they’re also donating all of the canned items to local food banks. The members of the Cranford Teen Advisory Board received more than 25,000 canned-food items through donations and food collection drives in an effort to provide food for needy families in their community. But, before the cans make their way to several charities, they figured, Hey, why not just break a world record while we’re at it? Kids these days …

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