Kudos to those who donate to food closet

EDITOR:

How about that Pau-Wa-Lu Middle School seventh-grade leadership class? Within just two weeks their leadership class gathered a whopping donation of 1,865 pounds of food for the Carson Valley Community Food Closet. They even helped us load it into the truck, for which our backs thank you. We send out our sincere thanks to those wonderful kids and share their excitement about how well they did.

We are so appreciative of every donation and want to acknowledge every one of you, even those who wish to remain anonymous.

Food donations received in January (in pounds): GL Distributing (38), Democratic Central Committee (11), Walgreens (41), Douglas County Public Library (105), St. Gall Catholic Church (374), Meneley Elementary School (145), Target Stores (88), Daisy Group No. 281 (45), Gold Dust West (75), David Walley's (220), Dale (95), Knights of Columbus (26), Hip Hatters (70), WNC Nursing School (290), Russell's Bakery (57), Valley Cruisers (740), Carson Valley United Methodist Church (90) and DAWG (205).

We thank those who prefer to remain anonymous, and Raley's, Smith's, Scolari's, Walmart, Starbucks of Minden and Gardnerville, Costco, Trader Joe's, Shell Country Store, Russell's Mercantile and Variety Bakery.

Cash donations were received from Margaret and Robert Platka, Christeen and Brian Hanson, Dave and Tina Tubridy, Coventry Cross Church, Hip Hatters of EV, Robert and Gail Nault, Minden Fortnightly, and customers and employees of Raley's, Smith's and Scolari's.

To donate nonperishable food, call 782-3711 to arrange a time or drop off donations at the Carson Valley Community Food Closet, 1255 Waterloo, Gardnerville, while we're open, noon to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.


Donna Coker

Carson Valley Community Food Closet volunteer

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