Students from Maranatha Christian Academy, including seventh-graders Natalie Craig (left) and Natalie Rehfeld, sorted donated groceries that were used in BackSnacks for middle school students in need in Olathe and Gardner.
Students from Maranatha Christian Academy, including seventh-graders Natalie Craig (left) and Natalie Rehfeld, sorted donated groceries that were used in BackSnacks for middle school students in need in Olathe and Gardner. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Students from Maranatha Christian Academy, including seventh-graders Natalie Craig (left) and Natalie Rehfeld, sorted donated groceries that were used in BackSnacks for middle school students in need in Olathe and Gardner. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

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