Spring Break help at Second Harvest

Sarah Gordon, Herald photographerApril 2, 2014 

First Lutheran Food Bank

Emma Hinrichs, 8, helps her grandmother Judy Robbins hand out lentils on Wednesday afternoon during a 2nd Harvest Mobile Food Bank at Kennewick First Lutheran Church. Hinrichs, who is on spring break from Badger Mountain Elementary School in Richland, said spending time with her grandmother and helping people was the best part of her week so far. Volunteers distributed approximately 8,500 pounds of fresh produce and perishable foods to over 200 families during the event.

SARAH GORDON — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

— Emma Hinrichs, 8, helps her grandmother, Judy Robbins, hand out lentils Wednesday during a Second Harvest Mobile Food Bank event at Kennewick First Lutheran Church.

Hinrichs, who is on spring break from Badger Mountain Elementary School in Richland, said spending time with her grandmother and helping people was the best part of her week so far.

Volunteers distributed about 8,500 pounds of fresh produce and perishable foods to more than 200 families during the event.

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