Aiding hunger relief and disaster assistance globally and domestically is the name of an event in Logan County this weekend.
Lincoln Christian Church's Harvest of Talents is in it's 33rd year entering this weekend and Chair Carolyn Neal says it's a day where everyone's contributions get used to help those in need in across America and across the globe.
The Harvest of Talents is a relaxed atmosphere with activities for young kids and adults of any age. Neal says they serve delicious warm soup, walking tacos and warm breakfast favorites as well.
Organizers received a surprised gift of red potatoes fresh from South Dakota. Neal says they will be selling the potatoes in 50 pound quantities and those can be purchased and then donated to local food pantries, or they can be purchased individually but they need to be sold by Saturday.
100% of funds raised from Saturday's event go to the International Disaster and Emergency Service (IDES) which supports hunger relief efforts across the globe.
Doors open at Lincoln Christian Church promptly at 7 am.