From left, church members Lindsey Bibby, Nicholas Cunningham, 12, Kevin Cunningham, Dan Decker, Stephanie Stephens and Amanda Decker assemble the ingredients for lentil casseroles for the needy during the Lowcountry Community Church Hunger Project. Some 600 volunteers gathered in two shifts at the church along with organizers from the charitable organization Feeding Children Everywhere on Saturday morning to hand-package a total of 100,000 meals to be distributed to area charities.
From left, church members Lindsey Bibby, Nicholas Cunningham, 12, Kevin Cunningham, Dan Decker, Stephanie Stephens and Amanda Decker assemble the ingredients for lentil casseroles for the needy during the Lowcountry Community Church Hunger Project. Some 600 volunteers gathered in two shifts at the church along with organizers from the charitable organization Feeding Children Everywhere on Saturday morning to hand-package a total of 100,000 meals to be distributed to area charities. Staff photo
From left, church members Lindsey Bibby, Nicholas Cunningham, 12, Kevin Cunningham, Dan Decker, Stephanie Stephens and Amanda Decker assemble the ingredients for lentil casseroles for the needy during the Lowcountry Community Church Hunger Project. Some 600 volunteers gathered in two shifts at the church along with organizers from the charitable organization Feeding Children Everywhere on Saturday morning to hand-package a total of 100,000 meals to be distributed to area charities. Staff photo

LowCountry Church volunteers bag 101,000 meals for the hungry

November 08, 2014 06:25 PM

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