August 07, 2019

Feed my Starving Children event in Holdrege

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Feed my Starving Children event in Holdrege

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Feed my Starving Children

For the eighth year, Holdrege area churches and the several area Rotary clubs will come together in Holdrege for the annual event “Feed my Starving Children.”

If history repeats itself, On Aug. 16 and 17, volunteers should pack up 350,000 meals which will make their way to hungry and deserving families around the developing world.

 

While other groups may also be working to combat hunger, Michele High of the Holdrege Rotary Club said these meals are very different.

If you would like to volunteer to pack meals, please contact your local Rotary club, or contact Michelle through the Holdrege Rotary Club at holdregepack@gmail.com.

After seven years, the Holdrege group has sent over 1.5 million meals to children across the world.

Friday August 16th

  • 6:30 PM Shift
  • 8:30 PM Shift

Saturday August 17th

  • 8:00 AM Shift
  • 11:00 AM Shift

By PDG Scott McLaughlin

District Governor 2019-2020
PDG Scott is currently serving as an Assistant Rotary Public Image Coordinator for Zone 29 (Region 36). Scott is a member of the Paul Harris Society and Major Donor.Scott is a Rotarian in the Kearney Dawn Rotary Club of Kearney, NE

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