Posted December 25, 2011 12:01 am - Updated December 25, 2011 06:51 am
In this Thursday evening photo, Rotaract volunteers assemble 200 Holiday Dinner Project boxes to distribute to families in need this holiday season. Each year, the volunteers race to make good time. This year, the group completed the boxes in 22 minutes 54 seconds.
Rotaract members, friends, family and Rotarians volunteered to put together the Holiday Dinner Project boxes. The group of volunteers, pictured here, put together 200 boxes in 22 minutes 54 seconds Thursday evening.
Rotaract is made up of members ages 18- to 30-years-old. Rotaract invited Rotary, friends and family to help put together the 200 Holiday Dinner Project boxes Thursday evening.
This Rotaract event, the assembly of the Holiday Dinner Project boxes, attracted volunteers of all ages. Here, some of the youngest volunteers break down cardboard boxes.
Kasen Spickler and Candy Behrends helped to set up the different stations for Rotaract's Holiday Dinner Project assembly line. The group organized enough food to feed 200 families in Juneau.