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Check to Help with Flood Relief

On March 17th, Christ Lutheran School in Norfolk, NE hosted a pancake feed with all proceeds going to flood relief through the Orphan Grain Train. Suzie Leffers from Orphan Grain Train, Inc. stopped by during their all school assembly to accept a donation of $3,748.27. She shared how the money will be used to purchase supplies such as drywall and insulation to be distributed to those in our area in need. We thank everyone who attended and helped make the pancake feed a success.


Categories: Disaster Relief, Floods

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