Grosse Pointe Rotary members joined approximately 430 other volunteers on Saturday, March 24 to help the Kids Coalition Against Hunger.  KCAH has developed an efficient process of packing nutritious meals that were developed by food scientists.  Each packet contains a rich source of easily digestible protein, carbohydrates, and vitamins needed by undernourished children and is acceptable to the broad diversity of ethnic tastes and religious differences around the world.  Thanks to the host, Grosse Pointe Memorial Church (GPMC), and the many helping hands, we were able to complete 75,586 food packets.  Also in attendance were members of GPMC, Scout Troop 86, Detroit Kiwanis, Grosse Pointe Friends and Neighbors, Grosse Pointe South Interact, GPN and GPS Honors Society, The Tutoring Tree from Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, and many local families.