Stopping Hunger One Package At A Time

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Posted: May 25, 2013

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Thomas Harrison Middle School fifth-grader Grace Miller, Skyline Middle School substitute teacher Cyndi Everard, Skyline eighth-grader Anthony Everard and Skyline fifth-graders Lily Harmison and Madison Powers fill rice and soy meals during a Stop Hunger Now event at Skyline on Friday. (Photos by Jason Lenhart)
Stop Hunger Now, an international relief agency with roots in Virginia, packages meals to be sent to where they’re needed around the world. Ramen instant noodles, a fortified rice-soy meal with a small seasoning packet that requires just water and a pot to cook it in, are among the staples.
HARRISONBURG — If her children get hunger pangs, Harrisonburg resident Cyndi Everard said if they are at home they know that the food pantry is nearby and if they are at school they have a wealth of…

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