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Teton County Food Pantry

Behind the Choteau library on Main. Contacts: Dutton: Laura Nowlin 467-3439 Lyn Habel 788-5729 Becky/Ron Rosholt 463-2462 Fairfield has their own pantry: Megan Caffyn 590-3150 Chelsea Schilling 781-1285 Choteau: Eva Anseth 466-2334 Patsy Betcher 590-9827 Cathy Campbell 466-5821 Sharon Hoyt 466-3758 Carol Kelly 590-1604 Ricki Martin 466-5836 Melissa Moyer 466-2562 590-5125 Darcy Rasmussen 590-3474 Linda Sentz 781-4650 Mary Sexton 590-2751

This listing was last updated May 29, 2021

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Location & Open Times

On request and Senior Project in March/June/September/ and everyone that has received food during year receives food in December

Hours are in MDT. Hours updated 3 years ago

17 Main Avenue North, Choteau, MT 59422, USAGet Directions

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