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Sharon paper and soap pantry is growing

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The Rev. Jody Guerrera, associate pastor at the Sharon Congregational Church, has spearheaded a drive to collect personal hygiene products for those in need. Photo by Asher Pavel

SHARON — With food pantries helping to bring nutrition to the tables of those who cannot afford to feed their families, it became clear to the Rev. Jody Guerrera, associate pastor of the Sharon Congregational Church, and other clergy that another everyday need was going unfulfilled. Families who cannot afford food also have a hard time affording personal hygiene products such as soap, paper goods and toothpaste.

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