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(KSL News) – Here's a feel good holiday story.

Students at Rowland Hall School in Salt Lake are making a difference with 2-thousand grocery bags.

It's the love the kids put into the project, and the food they've stuffed inside the bags that's bringing out the true holiday spirit.

They've spent hundreds of volunteer hours packing up canned food, cookies, fruit drinks.

Students Hand Out Holiday Cheer to Less Fortunate

They're handing the bags out today to Utahns in need of a little extra help this season.

Ben Elkins Rowland Hall School: "I've been doing this since 6th grade and if I don't do it my Christmas is not the same, I didn't do I one year and my Christmas felt off it's just not the same."

The students will be handing out the food until three this afternoon.

The kids involved have given up their holiday break since Friday to get it all done.

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