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Tribal Connections is currently hosting a Grain drive to gather various grain products, such as cereal, bread, and oatmeal, to send off to people in need. The Kennesaw Business Association (KBA), proposed the drive to TC, and its members encourage students to bring sugary and tasteful cereals and grain products to donate to children in need. “I decided to engage in the drive to help kids and families in need. It’s for a good cause and I know that I contributed something to these kids to make them happy,” Rahel Kefetew, head of the drive, said.

Tribal Connections is currently hosting a Grain drive to gather various grain products, such as cereal, bread, and oatmeal, to send off to people in need. The Kennesaw Business Association (KBA), proposed the drive to TC, and its members encourage students to bring sugary and tasteful cereals and grain products to donate to children in need. “I decided to engage in the drive to help kids and families in need. It’s for a good cause and I know that I contributed something to these kids to make them happy,” Rahel Kefetew, head of the drive, said.

Julyana Ayache

Tribal Connections is currently hosting a Grain drive to gather various grain products, such as cereal, bread, and oatmeal, to send off to people in need. The Kennesaw Business Association (KBA), proposed the drive to TC, and its members encourage students to bring sugary and tasteful cereals and grain products to donate to children in need. “I decided to engage in the drive to help kids and families in need. It’s for a good cause and I know that I contributed something to these kids to make them happy,” Rahel Kefetew, head of the drive, said.

Julyana Ayache

Julyana Ayache

Tribal Connections is currently hosting a Grain drive to gather various grain products, such as cereal, bread, and oatmeal, to send off to people in need. The Kennesaw Business Association (KBA), proposed the drive to TC, and its members encourage students to bring sugary and tasteful cereals and grain products to donate to children in need. “I decided to engage in the drive to help kids and families in need. It’s for a good cause and I know that I contributed something to these kids to make them happy,” Rahel Kefetew, head of the drive, said.

Julyana Ayache, Reporter, Photographer

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