Plant City school counselor kissed a cow after food drive win - WRBL

Plant City school counselor kissed a cow after food drive win

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Cork Elementary School guidance counselor kissed a cow Tuesday morning as a reward to his students. They won the first place in a food drive for schools in Plant City area.

The United Food Bank of Plant City organized the drive. Cork students collected 6500 pounds of food this year. The guidance counselor Tim Godshall kissed the cow in celebration.

Last year Godshall gave a pig a smooch after Cork Elementary's successful food drive. Two years ago he had a pie thrown at this face for the same occasion.

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