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Pepin Pantry

The Pepin Food Pantry is available at the Immanuel Lutheran Church on Tuesdays from 10-11am and Thursdays from 5:00-6:00pm. If you have an urgent food need outside of Food Pantry hours, please call 715-672-5944 for help. This number is answered 24/7. Donations of non-perishable items or cash are welcome during church hours. Checks may be sent to the Food Pantry at Box 323, Pepin, WI, 54759. If you have other Food Pantry questions please call or leave a message at 715-442-4113.

This listing was last updated Apr 21, 2011

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Hours are in CDT. Hours updated 13 years ago

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  • 612 669 6362

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  • Bruce Johnson


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