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St. Joseph Food Program shares with Keshena area center

3:28 PM, Aug. 27, 2013  |  Comments
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Sharing food with other food programs and meal sights, free of charge, is nothing out of the ordinary for St. Joseph Food Program, 1465 Opportunity Way, Menasha. As was the case last week Friday when St. Joe's received a call from the Food Distribution Center in Keshena asking for food assistance after a storm that left many without food and water resources.

"We were very happy to be able to help the storm victims in the Keshena area," said Monica Clare, executive director of the St. Joseph Food Program. "This emergency situation is a natural expansion of the work we have been doing for many years with other local pantries and non-profits. Because of our relationships with other pantries we are able to help each other out when there is an emergency need."

The Keshena center received 12,000 pounds of water as well as fresh produce, milk, eggs, and cheese and at least 4,000 pounds of non-perishables.

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