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By Jack H. Smith
Three Forks Voice 

Students help out at local food bank

 

Students from Churchill made a trip to Three Forks to help with landscaping work at the new Headwaters Area Food Bank building at 216 First Avenue West. Voice photos by Melissa Jenkins

Churchill area students made their way to Three Forks last week to help out at the Headwaters Area Food Bank's new location at 216 First Avenue West.

The students were completing a "Serve" mission for the organization Youth Unlimited.

Food Bank Director Kim Gelder was very excited to have the students on hand and said they would be doing things like placing rocks, painting the deck, and installing planter boxes.

Mark Eekhoff was assisting the local students and said they s usually get to travel somewhere out of state for the "Serve Project", but it has been a blessing to be able to help...



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