2010-10-28 / Religion & Family

WORLD FOOD DAY DONATION


Jeanette Endsley (center) and Glenn Goodwin of EG Ministries, area World Food Day organizers, present Pam Stephan, director of Project Help Our People Eat, with $125 that was donated during World Food Day Oct. 16. Six Houghton Lake area restaurants participated, and Endsley and Goodwin expressed their appreciation to Little Boots Country Diner for its overwhelming enthusiasm in collecting the most donations. They noted that Sue Williams and her Chartwells team at Houghton Lake Community Schools donated the collection containers. The money raised will allow Project H.O.P.E. to purchase 865 pounds of food for the needy. (CHP) Jeanette Endsley (center) and Glenn Goodwin of EG Ministries, area World Food Day organizers, present Pam Stephan, director of Project Help Our People Eat, with $125 that was donated during World Food Day Oct. 16. Six Houghton Lake area restaurants participated, and Endsley and Goodwin expressed their appreciation to Little Boots Country Diner for its overwhelming enthusiasm in collecting the most donations. They noted that Sue Williams and her Chartwells team at Houghton Lake Community Schools donated the collection containers. The money raised will allow Project H.O.P.E. to purchase 865 pounds of food for the needy. (CHP)

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