Yesterday I posted about the incoming beef and other groceries which would be given out to everyone here on the seminary campus. There are really no good adjectives to describe this. The Orphan Grain Train/Nebraska meat company brought so many boxes of food/beef/toilet paper/diapers etc that most of us could not believe it. At first the many boxes were almost as high as my shoulder and stretched down the road. Here's a look
There was so much cereal even with all the many campus kids there was still a lot left. But that went into our food bank and will be used. Behind the cereal was box after box of frozen ground beef. Kirt from our maintenance department came along with the bobcat to help unload and also moved many of the boxes into the kitchen freezers so nothing defrosted. When more was need last night the bobcat went and got it.
Boxes on boxes of pickles, spaghetti sauce
Not to mention peanut butter
And diapers, toilet paper, juices, spaghetti O's, crackers, chips, tuna, soups, I mean everything. And, behind all this were huge inflatables brought in by the pastors here for their annual We Love the Sem event. They put on a barbeque dinner for everyone at the same time.
And the pastors even arranged for a horse drawn carriage to give everyone rides around the campus.
What a day and night