‘Spreading the Love’ to help local food pantries


From bake sales to purchasing Farmers Bank hearts, the “Spreading the Love” campaign was a month long effort to raise funds and food for local food pantries and/or shelters. A total of $1,799 was collected, with $764 going to the Mulberry Community Center, $860 to the Bend Area Food Pantry and $175 to the Mason County Homeless Shelter. Pictured are Edna Weber and Des Jeffers of the Pomeroy branch.

From bake sales to purchasing Farmers Bank hearts, the “Spreading the Love” campaign was a month long effort to raise funds and food for local food pantries and/or shelters. A total of $1,799 was collected, with $764 going to the Mulberry Community Center, $860 to the Bend Area Food Pantry and $175 to the Mason County Homeless Shelter. Pictured are Edna Weber and Des Jeffers of the Pomeroy branch.


From bake sales to purchasing Farmers Bank hearts, the “Spreading the Love” campaign was a month long effort to raise funds and food for local food pantries and/or shelters. A total of $1,799 was collected, with $764 going to the Mulberry Community Center, $860 to the Bend Area Food Pantry and $175 to the Mason County Homeless Shelter. Pictured are Edna Weber and Des Jeffers of the Pomeroy branch.

From bake sales to purchasing Farmers Bank hearts, the “Spreading the Love” campaign was a month long effort to raise funds and food for local food pantries and/or shelters. A total of $1,799 was collected, with $764 going to the Mulberry Community Center, $860 to the Bend Area Food Pantry and $175 to the Mason County Homeless Shelter. Pictured are Edna Weber and Des Jeffers of the Pomeroy branch.
http://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2018/03/web1_3.15-FB2018314134421682.jpgFrom bake sales to purchasing Farmers Bank hearts, the “Spreading the Love” campaign was a month long effort to raise funds and food for local food pantries and/or shelters. A total of $1,799 was collected, with $764 going to the Mulberry Community Center, $860 to the Bend Area Food Pantry and $175 to the Mason County Homeless Shelter. Pictured are Edna Weber and Des Jeffers of the Pomeroy branch.

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