MSJCMSJC students Caesar and Lizette Ortiz and their children received groceries during MSJC Pop-up Food Pantry event at the San Jacinto campus Nov. 21. ■ Chronicle News Service It took less than 30 minutes to distribute more than 80 bags of groceries during Mt. San Jacinto College’s first Pop-up Food Pantry event, held on Nov. 21. MSJC students and employees handed out groceries and informational resources to help struggling families during the 2017 holiday season. “Current research shows that one of five students sit in their classrooms hungry and we are hoping to be part of the initiative to lessen the gap of food insecurity by offering food distribution at least
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