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Pigskin practice?

In what resembles a football passing drill, members of the Sunnyside Christian High School football team help pick, toss and load an order of watermelons for Transformation Sunnyside this past Wednesday morning. The boys were helping the non-profit organization fill a 200-melon order from the melon patch, located on North 16th Street, near the new Sunnyside Christian Reformed Church. Not only did the young men take in some strength training, they earned some extra community service hours needed for graduation, said Rosie Haak of Transformation Sunnyside. Pictured (from front to back) are Wyatt Hoff, Jerry Haak, Nate Van de Graaf, Josh Anderson, Cody Alvarado, Brant Bosma, Collin Householder and CJ Dalrymple.

In what resembles a football passing drill, members of the Sunnyside Christian High School football team help pick, toss and load an order of watermelons for Transformation Sunnyside this past Wednesday morning. The boys were helping the non-profit organization fill a 200-melon order from the melon patch, located on North 16th Street, near the new Sunnyside Christian Reformed Church. Not only did the young men take in some strength training, they earned some extra community service hours needed for graduation, said Rosie Haak of Transformation Sunnyside. Pictured (from front to back) are Wyatt Hoff, Jerry Haak, Nate Van de Graaf, Josh Anderson, Cody Alvarado, Brant Bosma, Collin Householder and CJ Dalrymple.

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