Wealthy Hafley, president of Spring Valley Lions Membership, by no means dreamt he must be involved with dangerous climate, however they’ve rescheduled a meals drive to Nov. 9 to learn purchasers of Corridor Township Meals Pantry that Fortunately, Spring Valley Grocery store’s entrance provides him and fellow Lions loads of indoor area.
From 9 a.m.-2 p.m. subsequent Saturday, buyers will probably be greeted by Lions members and obtain a pantry want checklist, together with however not restricted to, canned spaghetti sauce, Chunky soups, fruit cocktail or canned pineapple, fruit juice, prompt oatmeal packets, paper towels, rice/pasta sides, salad dressings, sugar and tuna helper.
The meals pantry additionally accepts financial donations.
Corridor Township Meals Pantry serves residents of Arlington, Bureau, Cherry, Dalzell, DePue, Hollowayville, Ladd, Seatonville and Spring Valley.
“Every year, for the previous a number of, Spring Valley Lions have put aside a Saturday in November to gather meals for the Pantry, figuring out the winter months are particularly arduous on households in want,” says Jan Martin, pantry director.