mobile cannery volunteers pack meat for developing countries mobile cannery volunteers pack meat for developing countries mobile cannery volunteers pack meat for developing countries

by:CAI YI JIE     2019-09-12
ELMIRA —
The noise was deafening.
The sound of the large pressure cooker and the clamping of the can Machine in addition to the white lab coat, hair net and rubber gloves, there are many workers wearing earplugs.
Welcome to the Mennonite Central Committee mobile cannery, which was held this week at the El Meira agricultural products auction.
But these workers are not paid.
They are volunteers.
About 600 people
The World Health Organization will deliver about 27,000 cans of pork to developing countries.
Canning operations are an annual event in El Meira and 30 other locations in the United States and Canada.
There are only three locations in Canada: Elmira, Limington and Manitoba.
Over 560,000 737-
From October to April, grams of meat are packed every year.
This is a project that the Mennonite Committee started 67 years ago.
It has been in Canada for 17 years and there are enough volunteers taking the time to eat canned food each year.
Many are conservative Mennons at The Elmira produce auction, and they spend hours mixing, weighing and packing meat cans.
Larry and Anne Wideman of Listowel have been volunteering since the start of canned surgery.
\"This is a way to help the poor,\" says dairy farmer Larry . \".
\"We are honored.
It\'s not fair that God bless us so much, \"said Anne, who has seven children.
The project was also attended by two of the oldest volunteers.
Volunteer Day is also the social event they expect every year, Wideman said.
In the often resting lunch room, meals prepared by women are donated from the local Mennonite Church.
In a corner, Mennonite women sew quilts on wooden frames, which are also donated to poor families.
Eight friends from Avery and Stayner come to Elmira every year.
They have been volunteers for 10 years.
\"It\'s good to give you time to help others,\" Avery said . \" He packed the cooked meat can in the carton and put it on the slide.
\"They asked for volunteers through our church and we came out,\" said Les Scheffer, who attended the Steina Brotherhood in the Christian church.
Keith Martin of elmeira is one of the 12 people on the meat can board.
The Commission raised $110,000 to cover the cost of meat, and all other costs, such as food and fuel, were donated.
\"Giving is a major motivation, but it is necessary,\" he said . \"
Gerald haven at Waterloo is one of four men traveling in a mobile cannery. It\'s a two-
The Mennonite Central Committee pays for the volunteer\'s one-year volunteer commitment to live with host families in each community.
\"It is full of vitality and vitality.
\"I got a call from the volunteers,\" he said . \".
Travel with the cannery is a different volunteer experience, says Heimpel.
\"It\'s humanitarian aid to the world, but now I realize it\'s community solidarity,\" he said . \".
John hillgas
The head of the North American cannery said about 50,000 pounds of the meat was purchased from more meat in Conas.
The meat is a raw material for the University of Guelph and a raw material for the mobile cannery.
Then cook the meat with salt and then hold the can.
The cans are cleaned, labeled and packaged.
Some volunteers put a happy face on the jar with a black marker.
The cans were then shipped to the Mennonite Central Committee office in Manitoba and then to countries such as Haiti, Honduras, Guatemala, Ukraine, North Korea and Ghana.
\"People feel very happy and sharing these blessings is part of happiness,\" Hillegass said . \".
L Monteiro @ therecord. com ;
Twitter: @ Monterey-Del Mira
The noise was deafening.
The sound of the large pressure cooker and the clamping of the can Machine in addition to the white lab coat, hair net and rubber gloves, there are many workers wearing earplugs.
Welcome to the Mennonite Central Committee mobile cannery, which was held this week at the El Meira agricultural products auction.
But these workers are not paid.
They are volunteers.
About 600 people
The World Health Organization will deliver about 27,000 cans of pork to developing countries.
Canning operations are an annual event in El Meira and 30 other locations in the United States and Canada.
There are only three locations in Canada: Elmira, Limington and Manitoba.
Over 560,000 737-
From October to April, grams of meat are packed every year.
This is a project that the Mennonite Committee started 67 years ago.
It has been in Canada for 17 years and there are enough volunteers taking the time to eat canned food each year.
Many are conservative Mennons at The Elmira produce auction, and they spend hours mixing, weighing and cardboard dumpbins meat cans.
Larry and Anne Wideman of Listowel have been volunteering since the start of canned surgery.
\"This is a way to help the poor,\" says dairy farmer Larry . \".
\"We are honored.
It\'s not fair that God bless us so much, \"said Anne, who has seven children.
The project was also attended by two of the oldest volunteers.
Volunteer Day is also the social event they expect every year, Wideman said.
In the often resting lunch room, meals prepared by women are donated from the local Mennonite Church.
In a corner, Mennonite women sew quilts on wooden frames, which are also donated to poor families.
Eight friends from Avery and Stayner come to Elmira every year.
They have been volunteers for 10 years.
\"It\'s good to give you time to help others,\" Avery said . \" He packed the cooked meat can in the carton and put it on the slide.
\"They asked for volunteers through our church and we came out,\" said Les Scheffer, who attended the Steina Brotherhood in the Christian church.
Keith Martin of elmeira is one of the 12 people on the meat can board.
The Commission raised $110,000 to cover the cost of meat, and all other costs, such as food and fuel, were donated.
\"Giving is a major motivation, but it is necessary,\" he said . \"
Gerald haven at Waterloo is one of four men traveling in a mobile cannery. It\'s a two-
The Mennonite Central Committee pays for the volunteer\'s one-year volunteer commitment to live with host families in each community.
\"It is full of vitality and vitality.
\"I got a call from the volunteers,\" he said . \".
Travel with the cannery is a different volunteer experience, says Heimpel.
\"It\'s humanitarian aid to the world, but now I realize it\'s community solidarity,\" he said . \".
John hillgas
The head of the North American cannery said about 50,000 pounds of the meat was purchased from more meat in Conas.
The meat is a raw material for the University of Guelph and a raw material for the mobile cannery.
Then cook the meat with salt and then hold the can.
The cans are cleaned, labeled and packaged.
Some volunteers put a happy face on the jar with a black marker.
The cans were then shipped to the Mennonite Central Committee office in Manitoba and then to countries such as Haiti, Honduras, Guatemala, Ukraine, North Korea and Ghana.
\"People feel very happy and sharing these blessings is part of happiness,\" Hillegass said . \".
L Monteiro @ therecord. com ;
Twitter: @ Monterey-Del Mira
The noise was deafening.
The sound of the large pressure cooker and the clamping of the can Machine in addition to the white lab coat, hair net and rubber gloves, there are many workers wearing earplugs.
Welcome to the Mennonite Central Committee mobile cannery, which was held this week at the El Meira agricultural products auction.
But these workers are not paid.
They are volunteers.
About 600 people
The World Health Organization will deliver about 27,000 cans of pork to developing countries.
Canning operations are an annual event in El Meira and 30 other locations in the United States and Canada.
There are only three locations in Canada: Elmira, Limington and Manitoba.
Over 560,000 737-
From October to April, grams of meat are packed every year.
This is a project that the Mennonite Committee started 67 years ago.
It has been in Canada for 17 years and there are enough volunteers taking the time to eat canned food each year.
Many are conservative Mennons at The Elmira produce auction, and they spend hours mixing, weighing and cardboard dumpbins meat cans.
Larry and Anne Wideman of Listowel have been volunteering since the start of canned surgery.
\"This is a way to help the poor,\" says dairy farmer Larry . \".
\"We are honored.
It\'s not fair that God bless us so much, \"said Anne, who has seven children.
The project was also attended by two of the oldest volunteers.
Volunteer Day is also the social event they expect every year, Wideman said.
In the often resting lunch room, meals prepared by women are donated from the local Mennonite Church.
In a corner, Mennonite women sew quilts on wooden frames, which are also donated to poor families.
Eight friends from Avery and Stayner come to Elmira every year.
They have been volunteers for 10 years.
\"It\'s good to give you time to help others,\" Avery said . \" He packed the cooked meat can in the carton and put it on the slide.
\"They asked for volunteers through our church and we came out,\" said Les Scheffer, who attended the Steina Brotherhood in the Christian church.
Keith Martin of elmeira is one of the 12 people on the meat can board.
The Commission raised $110,000 to cover the cost of meat, and all other costs, such as food and fuel, were donated.
\"Giving is a major motivation, but it is necessary,\" he said . \"
Gerald haven at Waterloo is one of four men traveling in a mobile cannery. It\'s a two-
The Mennonite Central Committee pays for the volunteer\'s one-year volunteer commitment to live with host families in each community.
\"It is full of vitality and vitality.
\"I got a call from the volunteers,\" he said . \".
Travel with the cannery is a different volunteer experience, says Heimpel.
\"It\'s humanitarian aid to the world, but now I realize it\'s community solidarity,\" he said . \".
John hillgas
The head of the North American cannery said about 50,000 pounds of the meat was purchased from more meat in Conas.
The meat is a raw material for the University of Guelph and a raw material for the mobile cannery.
Then cook the meat with salt and then hold the can.
The cans are cleaned, labeled and packaged.
Some volunteers put a happy face on the jar with a black marker.
The cans were then shipped to the Mennonite Central Committee office in Manitoba and then to countries such as Haiti, Honduras, Guatemala, Ukraine, North Korea and Ghana.
\"People feel very happy and sharing these blessings is part of happiness,\" Hillegass said . \".
L Monteiro @ therecord. com ;
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