Thanks for food donations in August and September
This community never fails to help.
As always our friends and neighbors have chipped in to help those with less during these hard times. In addition to those listed below we have received wonderful donations of fresh produce from the Carson Valley Garden Club members and Plant It Nursery’s Plant a Row for your Neighbors program. We so appreciate your help.
Food donations received in August (in pounds) High Sierra Radio (270), Douglas County Public Library (141), farmers market (172), Lions Club (63), Mary and Chris Kuypers (19), Rite Aid (90), Mrs. Contrones (195), Gold Dust West (98), Julia Callahan (52), St. Gall Catholic Church (37), Russell’s Mercantile (13), DAWG (26), Target (145), Christ Presbyterian Church (35), Carson Valley United Methodist Church (138), Alpine Search & Rescue (70).
As always we so thank those who prefer to remain anonymous as well as Raley’s, Smith’s markets, Scolari’s, Walmart, Costco, Shell Country Store, and Gourmet Bakery.
Cash donations were received in August from David and Tina Tubridy, Robert and Georgianne Lindberg, High Sierra Radio Control Club, Sally Jasperson, Thomas and Alexandra Peters, John Corona in memory of Jay Sheall and Cathy Quibice, David and Kathleen Hussman, John Abizaid, Coventry Cross Episcopal Church, Helping Hands Thrift Shop, Smith’s Neighbor to Neighbor Fund, John and Elizabeth Williams and customers and employees of Raley’s, Smith’s and Scolari’s.
Food donations received in September (in pounds) Douglas County Public Library (68), farmers’ market (111), Russell’s Mercantile (29), St. Gall Catholic Church (360), Target Stores (250), DAWG (240), Carson Valley United Methodist Church (360), Don Bently (65), Gentiva Home Health (135).
Cash donations received in September: David and Tina Tubridy, Thomas and Alexandra Peters, David and Kathleen Hussman, John and Mary Fauria, Burl and Rosemarie Middendorf, Oxoby Mobile Home Park, Coventry Cross Episcopal Church, Virginia Craik, E.N. Hartman, Kevin and Rebecca Servatius, and customers and employees of Raley’s, Smith’s and Scolari’s.
If you have foods to donate, please call Kathy at 782-3711 to arrange a time or stop by the Carson Valley Community Food Closet at 1255 Waterloo, Gardnerville, while we’re open from noon to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday to drop off whatever you can help with donate.
Carson Valley Community Food Closet volunteer