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By Kaitlyn Miller
For the Courier 

Fight Childhood Hunger Week


Childhood hunger is a big problem in our state. Currently, more than one in six kids in Montana struggle with hunger, including kids right here in Nashua. That’s why I’m serving on the Governor and First Lady Youth Leadership Council.

I’m a part of a group of 20 seventh through 12th graders from across Montana planning projects to raise awareness, funds, and food, so kids in our community won’t go hungry. My project will take place during Fight Childhood Hunger Week, which is April 8-14.

I will be putting on a silent auction during the Lutheran Indian Taco Feed. The proceeds of the meal will go to help the church with their electrical system, and the silent auction proceeds will go to the Nashua K-12 school to help fund the snack program.

I need your help to make this project a success. Please come out for a great meal at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Nashua, and bid on one of the many silent auction items on Monday April 8. They will start serving Indian Tacos at 4:30-6:30 pm. I look forward to seeing you there.

Thank you for your help. Together, we can end childhood hunger in Montana.


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