Truck load of PETs going to World Vision from Minneapolis & Leighton

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“This morning we shipped out 49 carts on 7 pallets going to World Vision in Denver. The truck will stop in Leighton, IA, on the way to pick up 14 more pallets for a full truck load. The last photo shows left to right, Mark Moffit, Hans Student, Gene Kurata, John Rost, Ken Mallak, and me, with the last of the seven pallets going on the truck at our loading dock. A new volunteer, Jim French, was taking the photo. The others show the loading of the pallets, loaded pallets, and the work on the loading dock. There is a real sense of satisfaction in seeing them go off, only exceeded by seeing them distributed to recipients. Many thanks to everyone involved.”

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