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International Students Learn About Poverty, Give Back to Marietta

Twenty international students made approximately 750 sandwiches for the Summer Lunch Program and toured the MUST Ministries Day Service Center in Marietta.

The program had help from all over the world this week when 20 international students arrived to make sandwiches.

None of them had ever seen a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, an American staple; so they were introduced to a new food in addition to learning more about poverty here.

The group is here to study English with ELS Educational Services. Countries represented included Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Japan, South Korea, Brazil and Venezuela.

The students made approximately 750 sandwiches and toured the MUST Ministries Day Service Center in Marietta. is serving more than 4,000 sack lunches every week day.

To help with lunches, go to www.mustministries.org for details.

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