Green for a cause

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On July 27, 2014

On March 11, 35 Missouri S&T alumni who work at Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies volunteered at Harvesters, a non-profit food bank in Kansas City, Mo. The employees packed more than 1,830 backpacks with food for children of low-income families. The group organized the event to coincide with St. Pat’s activities and even wore their St. Pat’s sweatshirts. Members of the group enjoyed sharing their St. Pat’s experiences with other alumni from the ‘70s all the way through 2013, and they hope to make it an annual event. 

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