CH2M Hill and Second Harvest Hold Canstruction Event for Charity
KENNEWICK,Wa.,--The food involved in this competition will be donated to local charitable organizations in our area. But, after the structures are knocked down.
Six teams showcased their talents and creativity, but they could only use canned and non-perishable food items to build with. The People's Choice award winner was the I-CAN TUNO. The sculpture was made with almost 2,000 cans of Tuna.
"We wanted to come up with a theme that was consistent with what's going on in the world, and the community and technology," said I-CAN TUNO team member Jim Klos. And certainly the iTunes and what's going on with iPods is very prevalent
Outside in the mall parking lot, this truck could be important in helping to establish a new Guinness World Record. A category for the fastest time filling a truck with donated food does not exist. Second Harvest Director, Kathye Kilgore told me they will be the first.