20th CBRNE Soldiers volunteer to feed local community members
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – SSG Schwartz, SPC Felke and PV2 Garant ready meal kits to hand out to local community members in need over Memorial Day weekend at Prince of Peace Church in Edgewood, Maryland. Due to these volunteer efforts, over 170 people in need received free meals and meal kits.
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20th CBRNE Soldiers volunteer to feed local community members
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – SPC Felker, SPC Wheeler, SGT Davis and SSG Schwartz put together meals to feed those in need at Prince of Peace Church in Edgewood, Maryland. Due to these volunteer efforts, over 170 people in need received free meals and meal kits.
(Photo Credit: LTC Terrell Jones)
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20th CBRNE Soldiers volunteer to feed local community members
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – SPC Folly helps put together meal kits at a local church to help those in need at Prince of Peace Church in Edgewood, Maryland. Due to these volunteer efforts, over 170 people in need received free meals and meal kits.
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20th CBRNE Soldiers volunteer to feed local community members
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – SGT Davis, SSG Schwartz and SPC Dale Felker put together meals for those in need while volunteering at Prince of Peace Church in Edgewood, Maryland. Due to these volunteer efforts, over 170 people in need received free meals and meal kits.
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20th CBRNE Soldiers chose to spend their Memorial Day weekend honoring their fallen comrade in a unique way, by spending their time giving back to their local community members impacted by COVID-19.

Six Soldiers from the 20th CBRNE Command Headquarters and 1st Area Medical Laboratory joined the Command Chaplain Office to volunteer their services at the Prince of Peace Church in Edgewood, Maryland.

SPC Nathaniel Wheeler, SGT Cody Davis, PV2 Nicholas Garant, SPC Innocent Folly, SPC Dale Felker and SSG Byron Schwartz were present alongside Chaplain LTC Terrell Jones to make and pass out meal kits to those in need, all while wearing proper COVID-19 personal protective equipment.

By the end of their efforts, these Soldiers were able to provide food for over 170 people within their community.