The pantry is located at the back of the church and accessed using the gravel road to the left of the church. We serve an average of 100 persons per week. We also need small packets (about 2 lbs) rice; pasta; canned soups; and peanut butter. Thanks.
This listing was last updated May 27, 2011
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