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Posted on 11/10/2013 @ 08:45 PM

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After dinner, the teens had a “construction” competition. Using canned and non-perishable goods brought with them, they were broken into five groups to build structures relating to hunger.


Tree House representing the dream of childhood that children experiencing hunger miss out on.


The BBYO logo, with the last "o" arranged like a plate of food, representing the group of teens at the Summit coming together to work to raise awareness about hunger.


A mitten representing Detroit, the place they have come together to raise awareness about hunger.


The cornucopia, representing the gourd of food featured in The Hunger Games and Thanksgiving cornucopias.


A prison, representing that experiencing hunger feels like imprisonment and can be a life-long sentence.

Tomorrow morning, we’ll load the buses to service sites and spend the day learning and directly impacting the community.

Check back tomorrow for updates… Laila tov!

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