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After GM sugar beet was harvested," Ho claimed at the Congressional Hunger Center seminar, "the GM genetic material persisted in the soil for at least two years and was taken up by soil bacteria.
As a former Congressional Hunger Center intern and Emerson Fellow, Shannon brings a unique passion for the Congressional Hunger Center and the leaders it helps to train each year.
He also was the founder and former chairman of the Congressional Hunger Center.
This is a sad reality that will only improve if our government, non-profits and corporate leaders work together," said Edward Cooney, executive director of the Congressional Hunger Center.
With his encouragement, the Cleveland Clinic supports hunger centers, local schools and apprenticeship programs in nursing and biology.
Attendees are encouraged to donate non-perishable food items for local hunger centers.
In addition, more than 40 employees are contributing their time to help sort and repackage food donations for the organization, which provides food to more than 450 hunger centers in six counties.
FirstEnergy's more than 15,000 employees in six states raised more than $310,000 and contributed approximately 16 tons of food to local food banks and hunger centers, the equivalent of approximately 147 meals for each employee.
Overall, FirstEnergy employees raised more than $356,000 and contributed approximately 69 tons of food to local food banks and hunger centers, the equivalent of approximately 168 meals for each of the company's 16,000 employees.