During the recent Thanksgiving food drive, the pantry had it's largest turnout ever, helping 137 families with children and 96 families without children. From January through August this year, Social Services saw 553 families, compared to 455 families who came in for aid during the same time frame last year.
October brought an all-time high of 102 families. Social Services Director LouAnne Wolf said the pantry still has 100 boxes to make for families before the holidays arrive.
The following items are in need:
- Boxed or bagged rice
- Peanut Butter
- Pasta sauce
- Canned meats such as beef stew, chili, canned chicken etc.
- Canned tuna