St. Paul Lutheran’s 30-hour famine benefits Vandalia-Butler Food Pantry


Four youth and three adults from St. Paul Lutheran Church on Dog Leg Road participated in World Vision’s 30-hour famine this past Friday and Saturday, February 17-18. The participants fasted for 30 hours while learning about world hunger issues. On Saturday morning, the participants served at the Vandalia-Butler Food Pantry. Pictured are front row Pastor Kurt Lammi and Cathy Krizner; back row Holly Wiggins, Allison Cartwright, Sydney Wiggins, Abigail Cartwright, and Sarah Krizner.


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Four youth and three adults from St. Paul Lutheran Church on Dog Leg Road participated in World Vision’s 30-hour famine this past Friday and Saturday, February 17-18. The participants fasted for 30 hours while learning about world hunger issues. On Saturday morning, the participants served at the Vandalia-Butler Food Pantry. Pictured are front row Pastor Kurt Lammi and Cathy Krizner; back row Holly Wiggins, Allison Cartwright, Sydney Wiggins, Abigail Cartwright, and Sarah Krizner.

Four youth and three adults from St. Paul Lutheran Church on Dog Leg Road participated in World Vision’s 30-hour famine this past Friday and Saturday, February 17-18. The participants fasted for 30 hours while learning about world hunger issues. On Saturday morning, the participants served at the Vandalia-Butler Food Pantry. Pictured are front row Pastor Kurt Lammi and Cathy Krizner; back row Holly Wiggins, Allison Cartwright, Sydney Wiggins, Abigail Cartwright, and Sarah Krizner.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2017/02/web1_StPaul.jpegFour youth and three adults from St. Paul Lutheran Church on Dog Leg Road participated in World Vision’s 30-hour famine this past Friday and Saturday, February 17-18. The participants fasted for 30 hours while learning about world hunger issues. On Saturday morning, the participants served at the Vandalia-Butler Food Pantry. Pictured are front row Pastor Kurt Lammi and Cathy Krizner; back row Holly Wiggins, Allison Cartwright, Sydney Wiggins, Abigail Cartwright, and Sarah Krizner. Contributed photo