+ Harvest packs food to fight hunger
Members of Harvest United Church worked to stop hunger Feb. 23 during an interactive meal-packing party at the church.
The organization packed about 40,000 meals to support Stop Hunger Now’s world-wide work, which includes ongoing hunger relief operations in the Philippines.
On Sunday, Harvest also donated $17,227 — half of its 2013 Christmas Eve offering — to Stop Hunger Now.
The packing party was part of the Florida Conference of United Methodist Church’s “A Million Reasons” campaign, a yearlong mission to pack
1 million meals to fight hunger.
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22 Lakewood Ranch Republican Club Luncheon
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23 Back to School Splash Bash
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