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Litchville, Marion to Help Feed Hungry

March 26, 2013

Students and community members in Litchville and Marion gathered at the Litchville Community Center last to help package meals for the first annual Kids Against Hunger event. This year the group will package meals at the high school in Marion.

The communities and schools of Litchville and Marion will spend April 11 packaging meals for starving children across the world and locally.
This will be the second year that they participated in Kids Against Hunger, an organization that helps feed the poor, Kathy Karlgaard of Litchville said.
"I don't think anybody should be hungry in the world that we live in today. It's sad when there's starving children," she said.
Read more in Tuesday's Times-Record.

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