Giving back on Bainbridge | Photo of the day 8.20

Kari Perry, Andres Rovalo, Allison Boden and Ben Cohen collect donations outside of Bainbridge High School Monday as part of a clothing drive for Coffee Oasis that was organized by BHS student Spencer Bispham.

Students collected donations from noon to 3 p.m. on three days earlier this week.

“We got more than I thought we would so far,” said Cohen.

“It was pretty busy yesterday (Sunday),” added Perry.

The donations will be distributed to disadvantaged youth throughout Kitsap County by Coffee Oasis in Poulsbo.

(Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

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