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Wells Community Food Pantry Director Sharon Grisenthwaite takes a "pie" in the face for a good cause. (Photo submitted)

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Pie toss battles hunger

Saturday, August 09, 2014 - Updated: 9:39 AM

WELLS -- Wells Wesleyan Church joined forces with Wells Community Food Pantry during Old Home Days here Aug. 1-2 to increase awareness and raise funds to help families in need.

This was accomplished with a Pie Toss Booth. For $1 or the highest bid pie tossers could put a pie in the face of someone from the community or someone of their choice.

The event raised $711 and went through 45 large tubs of whipped topping.

The Wells Food Pantry, located inside Wells Community Hall on State Route 30, has been in existence for a number of years now. When times are tough, it makes sure neighbors can get what they need.

The pantry offers non-perishable foods, frozen food and in-season produce.

Run solely by volunteers, the food pantry is entirely dependent on donations in order to supply local families and individuals with assistance. Frozen foods and in-season produce are accepted as well as non-perishable canned or boxed items.

It is open every Thursday from 9-11 a.m.

For more information contact either

Wells Community Food Pantry Director Sharon Grisenthwaite at 924-2269 or Wells Wesleyan Church Pastor Rob Ketchum at 924-2211 or office@wellswesleyan.org.

     

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