Thank You To Our Outstanding OGT Volunteers

OGT’s North Dakota Branch in Jamestown would like to say ‘Thank You for your time and dedication to serving OGT’ to all the volunteers from the community and the local University of Jamestown students. Here is a Fall Roundup of Volunteer Service at the North Dakota Warehouse.

This was a group from Beach, ND that was small but mighty! Their joy & enthusiasm was a blessing! Come again soon!

These lovely ladies came from McKlusky, ND to help in the warehouse one day! It was a joy to have them! Come back soon!

The University of Jamestown Men’s Soccer team came and served at the warehouse Saturday Aug 17th. The warehouse was bustling with hard workers. Thanks Coach Nienhaus for bringing the team!

Nursing Students from the University of Jamestown came one day in October and blessed us by going through all our medical supplies. What a help that was! Thank you ladies!!

The University of Jamestown boy’s basketball team came September 14th to the warehouse and made quick work of packing school books, clothes and shoes! Thanks Coach Neville for bringing your crew!

These guys come weekly from the James River Minimal Unit. This was back in August- they were working hard on getting the last of the trim painted on the building.
Buffalo City Church community group comes once a month to serve at the warehouse. They are a joy and blessing to have! This time they worked hard to repair desks that will be sent to Liberia Children’s Ministry.

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