Faces of Tribland: Orphan Grain Train



Bob and Beth Stark are volunteers at the Grand Island
branch of the Orphan Grain Train. The organization provides
donated clothing, relief supplies and humanitarian aid for the
less fortunate and for disaster relief.

When Bob Stark retired from farming and moved to Inland with his wife Beth three years ago, he had no hobbies to speak of.

"I don't hunt. I don't fish. I don't play golf, smoke or drink. What else is there," he asked. "Work for the Lord."

And that's exactly what Bob and Beth decided to do with their retirement.

The couple first became aware of the Orphan Grain Train in 1998 during a district church meeting in York.



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