Keeping in mind the millions of children around the world who go without food every day, Corry youth put aside hot meals and snacks for 30 hours this weekend to gain some perspective and raise money for the hungry.

Members of H2O student ministries, a youth group at the First United Methodist Church, have been participating in World Vision’s 30-Hour Famine event for two consecutive years.

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