by: Beth Finello, Ozarks First

Hundreds of kids in Taney and Stone Counties received new shoes and food from the Slusher foundations.

Each year the group has an annual celebration of sharing.

Wednesday, 700 Kindergarten through 12th-grade students got some new kicks and groceries purchased from Ozarks Food Harvest.

In all, $112,000 was distributed to local non-profits.