Operation H.O.P.E

February 1994
Current Health 1;Feb1994, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p22
Presents Berlin Community School teacher Barbara Rote's fifth-grade students' creation of a special food drive for the people of Berlin, New Jersey. Students' awareness of the hunger problem in the United States from article in `Current Health 1' periodical; Contributions from school children.


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