Some of the 90 volunteers, including New Community United Methodist Church Pastor Gayle Bastan, front row left, loaded more than 2,300 food packets (enough to feed 14,000 children) on a truck last Saturday bound for Walnut Creek. The food packets from Oakhurst will find their way to developing nations such as southeast Asia, India, the Philippines or Afghanistan, to help with world hunger.
Some of the 90 volunteers, including New Community United Methodist Church Pastor Gayle Bastan, front row left, loaded more than 2,300 food packets (enough to feed 14,000 children) on a truck last Saturday bound for Walnut Creek. The food packets from Oakhurst will find their way to developing nations such as southeast Asia, India, the Philippines or Afghanistan, to help with world hunger. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
Some of the 90 volunteers, including New Community United Methodist Church Pastor Gayle Bastan, front row left, loaded more than 2,300 food packets (enough to feed 14,000 children) on a truck last Saturday bound for Walnut Creek. The food packets from Oakhurst will find their way to developing nations such as southeast Asia, India, the Philippines or Afghanistan, to help with world hunger. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

90 gather for Stop Hunger Now event

January 05, 2017 01:59 PM

UPDATED January 10, 2017 08:55 PM

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