Community Event Opens Opportunity to Share About OGT

OGT’s collection center in Larned, KS hosted a Hope for Pawnee County event with tours, OGT handouts in goodie bags and lunch for those attending from the community. They are housed along with other community organizations in the old courthouse built in 1884, very sturdy building yet today. It was a very hot 102-degree day but they were still able to spread the word about all they do. First photo are OGT volunteers with therapy dog and handlers. 2nd photo is Lois Eye, director of OGT’s Larned collection center and Jennifer Applequist, treasurer, serving lunch.

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