Turkeys And Hams Distributed Across Nebraska

Orphan Grain Train purchased 1,600 – 22+ pound turkeys from Lou’s Thrifty Way to help feed families this Christmas season. For four days, the turkeys will be distributed to nine community food pantries in eight towns across Nebraska. Orphan Grain Train called the pantries to see if they could use turkeys and the need was great, especially the food pantry in St. Paul that serves several smaller communities. They asked for as many turkeys as we could give plus, we included a pallet of hams that were donated by Tyson Foods Inc. in Madison, NE. OGT was also able to share hams and turkeys with several local food pantries, daycares, schools, senior centers, a soup kitchen and shelter. What wonderful blessings for families celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. Thank you, Tyson Foods and OGT donors and volunteers!

Categories: Domestic Aid

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