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BSU Helps Ronald McDonald House

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College For the month of October, the Baptist Student Union collected pocket change from North Central Missouri College students campuswide, using the money to purchase and deliver 699 rolls of toilet paper at the cost of $301.02 to Ronald McDonald Houses in Kansas City near Children's Mercy Hospital on Nov. 7. This is the sixth year for the project. Pictured are, from left, North Grand River Baptist Association Director of Missions E.J. Barnes, NCMC student Maggie Schmidt, campus missionary Diann Barnes, assistant campus missionary Christina Boatright, Graceland and NCMC graduate Alyssa Schultz and NCMC student Gracie Cabral.

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College
For the month of October, the Baptist Student Union collected pocket change from North Central Missouri College students campuswide, using the money to purchase and deliver 699 rolls of toilet paper at the cost of $301.02 to Ronald McDonald Houses in Kansas City near Children’s Mercy Hospital on Nov. 7. This is the sixth year for the project. Pictured are, from left, North

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