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Making Sandwiches for Martha’s Table

On Jan. 15, Churchill Road second and fifth graders, along with members of Girl Scout Troop 1588, worked hard for the second official community service activity of the school year. The group made sandwiches for Martha’s Table, a shelter in Washington, D.C., which serves more than 2,500 sandwiches daily to the homeless and those in need. The industrious group of students, scouts and parent volunteers made more than 2,100 sandwiches, bringing the total for both events to more than 4,300. This event was coordinated by Churchill Road PTA Community Service Committee Co-Chairs Robin Hoeymans and Sarah Walter.