REMAX in the Hills has stepped forward and provided valuable support for the Spearfish Community Food Pantry.
REMAX realtors and staff collected food donations from shoppers last weekend at Spearfish Walmart on Friday (8/26) and Safeway on Saturday (8/27). When they were done, they had collected 2,230 pounds, which they delivered earlier Monday (8/29) to the pantry.
“It couldn’t have come at a better time,” said pantry president Karen Miller.
|(Click photo to see larger version!)|
Shown in this photo (clockwise from the
top left) are: Kim Hamilton, Bud Hannah,
Liz Clement and Laila, Lonnie Keyser,
Deb Stewart, Marysia McDowall,
Shannon Burgad, Penny Doering,
and Olenk'a McDowall
“The number of people who rely on the pantry to help them through tough times continues to grow. Fortunately, the generosity of area citizen allows us to keep pace with the increased demand. But we couldn’t do it without community partners like REMAX in the Hills.”
It addition to the truck load of food, REMAX collected $162.00 in cash, which will assist the pantry in purchasing non-donated food.
To get a closer look at the REMAX volunteers shown in the photo at left, just click on the image. Also, this picture -- along with others -- may be seen in our Food Pantry gallery.
The Spearfish Community Food Pantry serves needy citizens living in the Spearfish and St. Onge areas and is jointly operated by 11 churches across our communities.