Your local Food Shelf board and volunteers
St. Joseph Community Wide Food Shelf Drive
8 a.m.-noon Saturday, Sept. 13
Sociologists have differentiated among people living in a community.
A “resident” is one who lives in a particular place within the community.
A “citizen,” however, not only resides within a community, but is also an actively engaged member involved in civic responsibilities.
A community by definition includes “a sharing in common.”
Your community food shelf is in particular need of the following items.
Cleaning products: dish washing liquid, laundry soap, facial tissues, toilet paper, hand soap, deodorant, tooth paste, diapers (2, 3, 4) and paper towels.
Food items: canned fruit; cereal; baked beans; pizza sauce; spaghetti sauce; canned chicken, spam or tuna; macaroni and cheese; hamburger helper; noodles and spaghetti; cake mix and frosting; brownie mix; peanut butter; jelly; ketchup; salad dressing; mayonnaise; honey; and cooking oil.
Your contributions are much needed and appreciated. Thank you.