By Luella Dow

Students experience famine to raise money

Of Cabbages and Kings


Christian Heritage

Some of the Christian Heritage students participating in last year’s 30-hour famine drive are shown above.

Twenty students at Christian Heritage School at Edwall recently completed another 30-hour famine from midnight Thursday until 8:30 a.m. Saturday; a project they have participated in for years under the direction of principal Marty Klein. The project is organized by World Vision, a Christian organization dedicated to children, their families and communities. World Vision gives out statistics that in some areas of the world every 13 seconds a child dies of hunger. For donations of $30 a month, $1 a day can save a child.

Participation in the “famine” gives young people all over the world a...

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