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Making Sandwiches for Martha’s Table

Churchill Road students and parents made sandwiches for Martha’s Table, a non-profit organization which serves food to those in need. Pictured from left are Kelly Khan, Lauri Dacey, Barney Smithers, James Murray, Mariano Olsen-Fappiano, Ethan Carlisle, Jackson Khan, Laura Carlisle and Luke Carlisle.

Churchill Road students and parents made sandwiches for Martha’s Table, a non-profit organization which serves food to those in need. Pictured from left are Kelly Khan, Lauri Dacey, Barney Smithers, James Murray, Mariano Olsen-Fappiano, Ethan Carlisle, Jackson Khan, Laura Carlisle and Luke Carlisle. Photo by Kim Moran

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Along with parent Pernilla Scott, Churchill Road fifth graders Stuart Tyler, Josh Lentz, Ben Thrasher and Benjamin Scott make sandwiches for Martha’s Table in Washington, D.C., as part of a school-sponsored community service project.

In late January, Churchill Road second and fifth graders, as well as some siblings and parents, held the second sandwich-making event of the year for Martha’s Table, a Washington, D.C.,-based organized which helps feed the homeless. The eager group of budding assembly line workers made 1,725 sandwiches, which were gratefully received by the staff at Martha's Table. CRS PTA Community Service Committee Co-Chairs Marta Bascomb, Robin Hoeymans and Sarah Walter organized this successful event.