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CLI food packaging event

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Bill Camman of St. Charles (left), participant in Community Living, Inc.’s (CLI) day habilitation programs, works with Josh Caddell, manager at CLI’s Mahon Day Habilitation Center, to seal food bags containing rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables and powdered vitamins. On Dec. 13, Camman and other individuals with disabilities from CLI’s Lonning and Mahon Day Habilitation Centers partnered with volunteers from St. Charles-based non-profit mission organization Global Compassion Ministries to package 1,080 meals that will be shipped to Haiti and other struggling nations to feed those suffering from malnutrition. The event marked the first time Global Compassion Ministries worked with individuals with disabilities on a food packaging event. The organization regularly hosts food packaging events in conjunction with the humanitarian food aid organization Kids Against Hunger.

 

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Mike Wood of St. Charles, participant in Community Living, Inc.’s (CLI) day habilitation programs, pours soy into a food bag during a food packaging event held Dec. 13. Wood was among several individuals with disabilities from CLI’s Lonning and Mahon Day Habilitation Centers who worked with volunteers from St. Charles-based non-profit mission organization Global Compassion Ministries to package 1,080 meals that will be shipped to Haiti and other struggling nations to feed those suffering from malnutrition. The event marked the first time Global Compassion Ministries worked with individuals with disabilities on a food packaging event. The organization regularly hosts food packaging events in conjunction with the humanitarian food aid organization Kids Against Hunger.




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