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Cub Scout Pack 25 begins food drive to benefit Operation Blessing

November 28, 2018
The Town Crier

All of the families of Canfield's Cub Scout Pack 25 will be working hard on their first annual food drive to benefit the Canfield Operation Blessing this Christmas season.

They will be collecting food three different ways to reach out to the community finishing up on Saturday Dec. 15 at Canfield United Methodist Church. Beginning the week of Nov. 27, they will be distributing paper bags to all their neighbors, families and friends and picking up the bags by Friday Dec. 14. They will be distributing flyers to the congregation of Canfield United Methodist Church on Sunday, Dec. 2 asking the congregation to bring a donation to the church services on Sunday Dec. 9. They will also distribute flyers at Hilltop Elementary School on Friday, Dec. 7 asking anyone who can help to bring their food donations to Canfield United Methodist Church on Saturday Dec. 15 between the hours of 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Anyone wishing to donate that did not receive a bag or flyer can simply bring their donation to the church on Dec. 15. Canfield United Methodist Church is located at 27 S. Broad St. (on The Green) in Canfield.

The following list contains the items that are given out each month by Operation Blessing. They place an order approximately three to four times a year and purchase these with the monetary donation they receive. Anyone interested in making a food donation can use this list as a guidee; however, any and all food items are greatly appreciated.

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Some of the members of Cub Scout Pack 25, chartered to Canfield United Methodist Church, recently paid a visit to the Canfield Operation Blessing Food Pantry to learn about their efforts to feed the needy in the community as well as to establish their first Annual Food Drive to benefit the organization. Pictured in front row are: Sammy Burkey, Jamie Jarvis, Alex Bort, Victor Flowers, Zach Bostocky, and Adam Nastasi. In middle row are: Drew Jursa, Noah Jursa, Aidan Kerns, Julie Kercher-Operation Blessing Director, Kaden Flowers, John Styranec, and Scott Burkey. In third row: Jason Henry-Cubmaster, Gary Yankowski, Tim Styranec, Michael Bort and Hazel Jarvis.

Apple sauce (25 oz. jar), corn (15.25 oz. can), dish soap (16 fl oz.), green beans (14.5 oz. can), jelly (32 oz. jar), mac-n-cheese (16 oz. box), pancake mix (2 lb.), peanut butter (18 oz. jar), pork-n-beans (16 oz. can), potatoes (13.3 oz. instant), rice (14 oz. instant), soup (10 oz. canned or 6 oz. Ramen noodle packs), spaghetti (1 lb.), spaghetti sauce (10.5 oz.), syrup (24 oz.).

For inquiries, call Shannan at 330-727-0247 or for more information about the efforts of Canfield's Operation Blessing, check at their Facebook page at Canfield Operation Blessing.

 
 

 

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