Church member Lexie Lowell stretches out in her cardboard hovel as she and more than 100 fellow youth members of Bluffton's Lowcountry Community Church learned about hunger and deprivation firsthand as they participated in a 30 Hour Famine fundraiser on Friday and Saturday.
Church member Lexie Lowell stretches out in her cardboard hovel as she and more than 100 fellow youth members of Bluffton's Lowcountry Community Church learned about hunger and deprivation firsthand as they participated in a 30 Hour Famine fundraiser on Friday and Saturday. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
Church member Lexie Lowell stretches out in her cardboard hovel as she and more than 100 fellow youth members of Bluffton's Lowcountry Community Church learned about hunger and deprivation firsthand as they participated in a 30 Hour Famine fundraiser on Friday and Saturday. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

A taste of poverty

April 23, 2010 08:54 PM

UPDATED April 23, 2010 08:56 PM

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