FBCS food drive for Meals on Wheels

Students at First Baptist Christian School answered a call for help in a big way on Friday, holding a food drive to assist the less fortunate.

The purpose of the Harvest Festival was to remind students to be thankful for all God has given them while helping others.

Each student brought in a nonperishable food items, which was presented to Beulah McField, director of Meals on Wheels.

The students, who also participated in singing and short poems, were given small pumpkins by Every Bloomin Thing to be decorated.

Ms McField gave her heartfelt thanks to all who participated in the food drive.

Meals on Wheels is a charitable organisation run by the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman with the assistance of the government and the Rehoboth T.E. McField Center, where the meals are prepared.

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