LYNCHBURG, Va.—Some Lynchburg students gave up their lunch hour Wednesday to help feed others.
Central Virginia Community College hosted an event called "Stop Hunger Now." Students put on hair nets to help package meals for the hungry.
"We just felt compelled to get students on campus involved in doing something outside of the campus, beyond themselves and beyond their own world," said Linda Adams, student activities coordinator for CVCC.
Students made more than 10,000 meals Wednesday. Each one cost about 25-cents to create.