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By The Storandts
Jan. 20, 2013 12:01 a.m.



Want to start the year out right by being part of a historic volunteer event?

Want a resolution that involves a fun, easy, and free activity that requires less than two hours of your time?

Not only will it be fun -- but also you will meet a massive number of other swell people.

 Bring your friends and relatives of all ages.

      Bring your Bible study group and your youth group.

           Bring your Cub Scout, Boy Scout, or Girl Scout Troops.

                Bring your friends from work and your neighbors.

                     Bring fellow members of your civic and social groups.

Help El Dorado's own Numana set the first world record for the "moat number of hunger relief meals packaged in one hour."

THE GOAL

2000 volunteers packaging



350,000 meals in one hour!

One year of hot lunches for 800 school children in Haiti.

What to know more about Numana’s packaging event? Watch this online video.

The details:

     Serving the Hungry at Home and in Haiti

     Feb. 16, 2013, 11:30 am - 1 pm

     Kansas Coliseum, Pavilion II, 1229 E. 85th Street North, Park City, KS

Numana is asking volunteers to please bring two canned goods to help stock the Kansas Food Bank (canned fruit would be especially appreciated).

Register online for this Historic Event: CLICK HERE

If you can’t be there, then support this life-saving event by making an online donation.

Print an event flyer to post in your church, school, workplace, and elsewhere: clck here

Questions?

Contact Numana: 316.452.5445 / contact@numanainc.com

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