Members of Seminole State College’s President’s Leadership Class volunteered at the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank in Oklahoma City on Nov. 7. The students prepared packages of food that will be distributed to participating schools around the state. The bags contained approximately 10 different foods designed to provide nutrition and calories for chronically hungry children over the weekend. During their two hour shift, the group prepared 4,045 meals that will help feed hungry kids.
Sydney Whaley and Cale Ashcraft of Seminole assemble cardboard boxes to package bags of food at the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank.
Pack and Seal
PLC students Hannah Lay of Seminole and Kenzie Sheldon of Prague work to seal bags of food while volunteering at the food bank on Thursday.
Working the Line
Carli Stafford of Wewoka smiles while working the assembly line at the food bank with fellow PLC students Trevor Martin of Owasso (left) and Preston Davis of Oklahoma City and (right).