October 21, 2017

PHOTOS: Community food drive

More than 30 residents of  Pinecrest Village and Balsalm Circle came together on Nov. 22 and 23 to collect food and raise money for the Williston Community Food Shelf during a food drive organized by Rev. Ramona Guadalupe. Residents donated $290, plus tables full of produce, non-perishable goods, toiletries and even two turkeys. (Observer courtesy photos by Ramona Guadalupe)

More than 30 residents of Pinecrest Village and Balsalm Circle came together on Nov. 22 and 23 to collect food and raise money for the Williston Community Food Shelf during a food drive organized by Rev. Ramona Guadalupe. Residents donated $290, plus tables full of produce, non-perishable goods, toiletries and even two turkeys. (Observer courtesy photos by Ramona Guadalupe)

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  1. intervalefoodhub.com.Thanks for mentioning the Intervale Food Hub, Jake!

    The Intervale Food Hub partners with The EDGE Sports & Fitness in Williston and Essex to deliver local food subscriptions year-round.

    We are just about to start deliveries to The EDGE for our upcoming Fall/Winter season. If anyone is interested in participating, you can learn more at http://www.intervalefoodhub.com.

    Thanks!
    Kendall Frost
    Intervale Food Hub Marketing Manager

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