SHERMAN, TX--Before Austin College students start their first day of Fall Classes this year's freshmen volunteered their time to make 10,000 meals for those in need.
The event started at 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon and lasted an hour.
The meals include rice, soy, dried vegetables, and vitamin and mineral powders.
The non-profit organization Send Hope will now transport the meals to a town in Honduras where residents are in need of food.
"I believe that is says that Austin College students are dedicated, student Andrew McMillian said. "They're dedicated, to give back to the school and this society. And they like having fun so we have music out here and everyone is having a good time." AC Service Station Board Member Andrew McMillan said.
Last year the assembly line production surpassed the goal of 10,000.
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