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Incoming Providence High School seniors have a blast packing at the Lincoln-Way Area MobilePack and Feed My Starving packing event held at Lincoln Way-West. (Left to right ) Tori Quinlan from Orland Park, Caroline LeFevers from Homer Glen and Emma Schroeder from New Lenox. Hundreds took part in the event feeding 382 children for a year. Photos by Mary Compton/22nd Century Media
Ethan Skowron, 10, from Mokena joins others as they pray over a pallet of food packed by volunteers at Lincoln-Way West High School. In three packing sessions, volunteers packed 648 boxes over two days for LAMP and Feed My Starving Children. The food will be shipped to various parts of the world.
Mary Compton, Freelance Reporter
10:09 am CDT August 7, 2019

Several tables lined the inside of the cafeteria a Lincoln-Way West high school. Almost 200 people showed up Sunday, Aug. 4, to a packing session for Lincoln-Way Area MobilePack and Feed My Starving Children. In one corner, applause and cheers could be heard every time a box of MannaPack was filled. Three seniors from Providence Catholic High school kept the room pumped with excitement.