Orphan Grain Train Chosen as Bright Horizons 2023 Outstanding Community Partner

Doug Trampe, Warehouse Manager at the Norfolk warehouse in Nebraska was presented with a plaque from Lacy Kimes with Bright Horizons. OGT was chosen as their 2023 Outstanding Community Partner with always being able to help with needed items when called. Bright Horizons is a domestic abuse shelter for women and their children. Way to go Doug and volunteers at the Norfolk warehouse!

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