4th Grader’s Clever Invention Will Help Kids Get A Hot Lunch

A fourth grade student from Grand Haven, Michigan has started a fundraiser to give her classmates a hot meal at lunch.

Lexi Bergeron, 11, was inspired to help out less fortunate students after she saw a news report on debt in school lunchrooms. According to Fox 17, Lexi discovered her classmates would only get a cheese sandwich instead of a hot meal if there was a debt on their lunch account.

Her mother, Sara Bergeron, said her daughter was deeply affected by the story, and immediately wanted to help.

“She said, ‘Well, Mommy, what if I gave my money to help?'” Sara told the Grand Haven Tribune. “I said, ‘Honey, that would be a great idea, but how about if we do it for the kids at your school who don’t have lunch?'”

They decided to eliminate the all the lunch debt at Ferry Elementary School, which stood at $188, by creating a fundraiser. Lexi sold homemade fidget strings for $1, and made $11 during the first week.

High School Student Finds Perfect Solution For Kids Who Eat Alone

A student at Boca Raton High School has started a new club so none of his classmates have to eat lunch alone.

Denis Estimon is a Haitian immigrant who moved to Florida when he was in the first grade. While he eventually made friends, he remembers the time in his life when he felt isolated and alone – especially at lunchtime.

“It’s not a good feeling, like you’re by yourself. And that’s something that I don’t want anybody to go through,” Estimon told CBS News.

“To me it’s like, if we don’t try to go make that change, who’s going to do it?” he added.

With Estimon’s memory constantly being replayed in his thoughts, he and a group of his friends decided to to start a new club.

The Most-Ordered Foods From Your Favorite Restaurant Chains

You probably have a go-to dish at your favorite restaurant. Burger and fires? Chicken fingers? Steak dinner?

But is your go-to the same as everyone else’s? Let’s find out!

Who doesn’t love a burger with bacon and a giant onion ring? No one, that’s who. The Legendary Burger is the most ordered menu item.

Shocking, right? I for sure thought this one would be the Bloomin’ Onion. But I guess they aren’t called the Outback Bloomin’ Onion house. The Special Sirloin is the most ordered menu item.

Even though for the most part these biscuits are brought to you without being ordered, you can still request them to take home. Over 350 million of the Cheddar Bay Biscuits are produced each year.

Loaded Potato Skins are the most popular menu item at TGI Fridays, and honestly it makes sense. The appetizer debuted in 1974 and it has been flawless ever since.

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