On November 4, 2017, students from the Blue and Gold Club at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway volunteered their time at the Food for Friends soup kitchen located at the Second Presbyterian Church in Rahway. Pictured here, some of the students take a quick break to pose for a picture. The school based volunteer club does this a few times a year. The students really get a lot of pleasure out of serving their community.
Rahway Elementary School Volunteers Time at Food for Friends Soup Kitchen
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