The “Feed Goochland Club” is at it again. The club, a creation of Goochland High School juniors Matthew Ashley, Michael Nadder, Raleigh Marria, and Carson Sylvester, plans to launch its second food donation drive to benefit the Goochland Free Clinic & Family Services (GFCFS). Michael Nadder says he “would greatly appreciate your participation in helping to feed the families of Goochland County”. On Friday, September 6, a collection will take place at the Bulldogs’ first home varsity football game against Fork Union Military Academy to help stock the shelves of the GFCFS Food Bank. The pantry is especially in need of peanut butter; canned fruit, vegetables, tuna, and soup; macaroni & cheese; and pasta. Upon admittance into the game, patrons will receive a raffle ticket for EACH non-perishable food item donated. These raffle tickets will be entered in a drawing to be held at half-time for an athletic pass ($85.00 value) to all regular season sporting events held at the school for the remainder of the school year. The more items donated, the better the odds of winning. Participants must be present at half-time to win. If the raffle winner has already purchased an athletic pass, the $85.00 will be refunded to him or her. The club members hope for generous community participation at the game and wish everyone luck in winning a pass to Goochland High School athletic events.