Fifth and Sixth Grade Students from Elgin Deliver Money for Project Feed 500

Norfolk warehouse had great group 5 & 6 grade students from Elgin Elementary School in Nebraska. The students had made and sold wooden ornaments to donate the proceeds to OGT. They presented a check for $165.00 toward Project Feed 500 which is enough money to ship 5,500 Mercy Meals to feed the hungry! Thank you for your servant hearts, enthusiasm and smiles!

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