Students at South Hardin High School packaged 50,000 meals for those in need last week. All of the meals will stay local in the Hardin County area.

A Friday morning inside South Hardin High School gymnasium – with music blaring, students coming together cheering and helping one another out.

There wasn’t a sporting event going on. Instead, the Future Farmers of America and Leadership Team brought together the student body to package 50,000 meals through Meals of Hope. All of their efforts would be distributed throughout Hardin County and the surrounding areas.


Since many of the people that need the meals through Meals of Hope will only have that one meal that day, they made sure they were full of nutrients and minerals as well as soy protein to keep them satisfied longer.

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