Roe Jan Food Pantry feeds on community support

Volunteers who help out at the Roe Jan Food Pantry prepared Thanksgiving baskets for their clients. Photo submitted

HILLSDALE — Volunteers working to provide a joyful holiday for those who would otherwise do without are hoping for desperately needed community support in the form of dollars, food and additional workers. 

According to media liaison Elwin Moore, a newly formed Christmas Basket group will “pick up the torch” passed on by Our Lady of Hope, which had provided holiday meals for decades. 

However, he said that because this is a new organization, they are running a bit behind on donations, which they need to collect by mid-December.

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