On May 12th, 2017, St. Mark’s held its annual Fish Boil to benefit the Orphan Grain Train and we are pleased to say it was a great success! The Orphan Grain Train is an ongoing relief effort that provides clothes, medical supplies, soap, quilts, etc. around the world. This year our 45 volunteers put in about 254 hours to make it all happen and we served 378 people. We especially thank all those who worked at the meal, those who donated items, those who gave a monetary gift, and to everyone who attended! Praise God! We also thank the quilters of St. Mark’s who lovingly made quilts this past year that were on display the day of the fish boil. What a blessing they will be to those in need!
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