Serving others at bishops' storehouse in Georgia

On Jan. 16, youth in the Atlanta, Ga., area were off from school and adults were off work in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. day. Many Latter-day Saints chose to spend the day serving at the bishops' storehouse in Tucker.

There were more volunteers than work to be done, so more work had to be organized in addition to filling food orders and loading trucks to deliver food to the metro area. Work was organized for the main warehouse, the cannery, cleaning, filling walk-in food orders and restocking shelves. Elder Gordon Hunter and Sister Brooke Hunter currently manage the storehouse and were delighted to be so busy from all of the volunteers who came to work.

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