Check for Elisha’s Food Pantry

In 1992, Food City and their customers began to help local non-profit hunger relief organizations in the “Race Against Hunger.” On Monday, August 31, White Pine Food City donated a total of $3,500 in gift cards to Elisha’s Food Pantry of White Pine, which is run by Freedom Fellowship of White Pine. This is the tenth year for the organization to help local residents with food needs. Food City Human Relations Coordinator Laura Smith (left) and White Pine Store Manager Melissa Cody (right) present the check to Lana Leckie, Coordinator of Elisha’s Food Pantry. – STEVEN LLOYD | THE STANDARD BANNER

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