Operation Friendship visitors help fight hunger


By Christina Galeone, Contributing Writer

Photo/Christina Galeone
Photo/Christina Galeone

Grafton – On July 27, ten student delegates from Hungary, four from Wales and three from Crimea rolled up their sleeves and got their hands dirty to help Community Harvest Project, a Grafton nonprofit. The students, who are being hosted by students and their families from the Grafton chapter of Operation Friendship – a non-profit international exchange organization – had fun helping local OF members harvest vegetables for local food banks and hunger organizations. The delegates, who have already visited Six Flags amusement park and toured New York City and Boston, will return to their countries Sunday, Aug. 2.

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