Tyler Carroll, 6, tosses a bean bag toward a set of buckets at the Benson Elementary School Hurricane Relief Carnival on Nov. 10, while his brother, Tuker, 3, waits his turn.
Tyler Carroll, 6, tosses a bean bag toward a set of buckets at the Benson Elementary School Hurricane Relief Carnival on Nov. 10, while his brother, Tuker, 3, waits his turn. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com
Tyler Carroll, 6, tosses a bean bag toward a set of buckets at the Benson Elementary School Hurricane Relief Carnival on Nov. 10, while his brother, Tuker, 3, waits his turn. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com

Benson Elementary collects food, money for storm victims

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