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Lacey Township Food Bank

NEWSLETTER 2018 

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CO-CHAIRMEN ED WEISBROT & HAROLD "PETE" PETERS WELCOME YOU TO THE LACEY FOOD BANK. CHECK HERE ON THE NEWSLETTER PAGE AS WE WORK OUR WAY THROUGH THE YEAR.

2018 Lacey Food Bank Volunteer Luncheon
Starting off the New Year celebrating a year well done, and the friendships forged among them, over 70 volunteers joined the chairmen for a holiday luncheon at the Captain's Inn. Joining them were our unsung volunteers from the Lacey Recreation Dept who deliver each month  to over 40 clients who are unable to come to the foodbank.
 
The hit of the day was the drawing from the bountiful prize table, donated to us by many of the business in Lacey - from car washes & haircuts to bottles of wine.
 
The LFB gives thanks to all the dedicated people who form our volunteer force, working as a vast majority of tasks, from performing as store masters & packer sackers  to picking up food at drives, to tending to the food left in the bins at ShopRite.
 
Wouldn't you like to join our elite & friendly volunteer force? Call or email volunteer chairman Pete and he'll get you started. 609-402-5105 or captpete100@gmail.com
 
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A HUGE THANK YOU FOR ALL THE FOOD DRIVES
 
BY the end of 2017, the cupboards were bare and...we got an unexpected visit from  Pam & Doug Sedeyn from Lanoka Harbor, with 90 BAGS OF GROCERIES collected during  holiday festivities with friends and family. This kind of giving is the reason that the food bank is able to keep up with the demands on our resources. From dropping food into the bins at ShopRite, donating holiday turkeys & hams, individual food drives, organizational & school drives- it's all thanks to your generosity. The Lacey Food Bank is a true community effort. Our thanks go out to all of you.