It's a "Can Do" spirit at Bayshore Town Center with "Canstruction"
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Go to Bayshore Town Center in the next week, and you'll see living proof of a "can do" effort among area engineers and architects. For another year, they've come together to make different displays out of canned goods. Organizers say 10 thousand cans of tuna, vegetables, and sauces have made for some amazing creations. This year's theme is "toys and games."
Tonight, a panel of three judges and the public get to decide the best of the best. The creations will be up for another week and then all the items will be donated to the Jewish Community Food Pantry at 29th and Center in Milwaukee, ultimately feeding between 7 and 8 hundred families.
By the way, CBS58's own food drive, paired with Hunger Task Force, will be in three weeks, one day before Thanksgiving. Look for more details to follow.