By EMILY HOLMESLAHS Student This Halloween, Los Alamos High School students are Trick or Treating for a cause!We need help from our local community to make it a success. Instead of asking for candy, many Toppers will be asking for canned and non-perishable goods that will be donated to LA Cares. Participating high schoolers will simply ask for donations.If your family would like to participate but will be out trick-or-treating with family or friends, please leave your donations by the front door with a note attached.Toppers are excited to kick-off November as our Month of Giving by helping local families, and we hope our community will support us! List of Appreciated Goods:Canned ItemsCanned ChickenFruit (no sugar added preferred)Baked BeansHearty Soups (with meat/veggies)Tomato SoupBeans (in cans, instead of dry)Refried BeansSpaghetti-osChef Boyardee-type Pasta MealsPeasMixed VeggiesSpaghetti sauceTomatoes (any variety)No more cans of tuna, green bean, or corn – they already have plenty!Other Non-PerishablesRice (any variety)Pasta (any variety)OatmealInstant PotatoesFruit Cups (no sugar added preferred) Juice bottle(100% juice preferred), Juice BoxesMac N Cheese (any variety)Popcorn (kernels or microwave)Cereal (low-sugar preferred)Cooking Oil (canola, vegetable)Honey, Jam or JellySalad Dressing (ranch, balsamic)Baking Mixes (cake, muffins)Granola BarsCrackers (any variety), Cookies (any variety)Sugar (for baking)
GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 Former WBA light flyweight champion Koki Kameda will take on Rexon Flores of the Philippines in a nontitle flyweight 10-rounder on March 22, his Kyoei gym said Wednesday. Kamed, who has finished a three-month suspension, was initially scheduled to face Jose Lopez Bueno at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture in his first match since July last year, but the Spaniard has been forced to pull out because of a head injury. The 25-year-old Flores is ranked 13th in the WBA light flyweight category.