We, as a church, and each one of us individually, are blessed to be able to support our neighbors, and this mission returns so much … “HOPE” Food Pantry is open to all Macomb County residents the 2nd Saturday of each month from 10 - 12 pm. Warren Township Food Pantry Collection Gurnee Counseling Center is collecting donations for Warren Township Food Pantry through Friday, December 14th. ~������>R ��������X��S|�_|ヷ*IW�Sl�nq-��-s��EG��F�ބ7�ŋ�C���u��$���D��w�|���Q�Nj[}�T���q �ye�yy��3JI�(���p-Hҗ�;Kw?� ��uS}��Ծ::��G����u0� Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer. Local potters, businesses and schools came together April 4 at the Woodland Elementary West School cafeteria for the fourth annual Empty Bowls food drive and fundraiser to benefit the Warren Township Food Pantry. A lot of these children are coming from food insecure homes themselves. Woodland fundraiser brings in food for Warren Township Pantry. Donations can be placed in the box labeled in our lobby. ��D���(Ǫ}I�������4%&�e[AJ@����K The event benefited the Warren Township Food Pantry. With additional funds from the Church, the food pantry has served over 90 families, with the numbers increasing every month. <> Gurnee Counseling Center is collecting donations for Warren Township Food Pantry through Friday, December 14th. Ryan Mann, 9, of Gurnee, left, and Bailey Hickey, 8, of Wildwood eat chicken noodle soup during the fourth annual Empty Bowls event in the Woodland Elementary School cafeteria in Gages Lake. Ninety bowls came from the CLC ceramics department, 150 bowls came from Sterling Art Center, and 75 bowls came from Warren High School. Hours of Operation: … <> Dom Duelli of Lake Bluff shows his son, Fox, 11 a bowl during the Empty Bowls fundraiser and food drive at Woodland Elementary School. Pᣃ��+��T�2�/V�+V��X������?�����{�影�S�w,� Q�@�$����&VǼ����[Uǵ�.ɦ����p)�;p��_���)���Jg(�>�=���K]¿���}�o{[�r�"0c�C�6Q���!p�����`�K��1���m�D�������+�bح�]�[�=%S �{��s�����ow ��N�{]�@������Vd�+zSdU��*�[%�v�C��),��o�ՃP��ԅM�d���M�zkxp�{���w����ݱ Z6 e1c�oC�&R@}��0.N�]���b}���~x�+.���nK6���� �n���W�lw��Vc��nނ�4���d��{p��������@q1&������ݶ�����x���ן;��3�K��9��ܟ(q����#��d�r�.E̕�W �ٲ�̟�1�O�a9�޸�I�#��#��&`���� ��J�P�?|3O�.V㠗M%��e$f������y�� They were so excited to be so creative and make little pots to bring home.". x��[mOI�N��3����1�dE.��H4��`��x�*�~�U��+�S΂��a�YV����z�.��x��������=�_l��הT���F(�#.N����&��k�����B{�q������)�E4R'�r�I��o�ޫ7Q������)]=�Z_���6�F=h���h�hU��Oq����&�^_������`P�� endobj stream If you or someone you know might benefit from the generosity of Warren Township Food Pantry, please visit http://www.warrentownship.net/services/food-pantry/ for more information. Bowls were created by local artists and students and sold to raise money for Warren Township Food Pantry. %PDF-1.7 Location: Old Bethel & Partners Food Pantry is located at 8032 E. 21st Street, directly across from Old Bethel United Methodist Church. <>/ExtGState<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer, Dom Duelli of Lake Bluff shows his son, Fox, 11 a bowl during the Empty Bowls fundraiser and food drive at Woodland Elementary School. 1 0 obj Donations can be placed in the box labeled in our lobby. Participants were invited to take part in a light meal in exchange for food donations. 3 0 obj The event benefited the Warren Township Food Pantry. Ryan Mann, 9, of Gurnee, left, and Bailey Hickey, 8, of Wildwood eat chicken noodle soup during the fourth annual Empty Bowls event in the Woodland Elementary School cafeteria in Gages Lake. "The boys made pots, too. "I think this is great. Sheffield Township/City of Warren. Contact Stephanie Smuda, Food Pantry Coordinator at 847-244-1101 x101 with questions. When our Old Bethel and partner volunteers see a community need, they jump at the chance to lend a helping hand. Shields Township Food Pantry … endobj The food pantry will accept any non-perishable food, hygiene supplies, and paper goods. "HOPE" Food Pantry is an equal opportunity provider. Building Permits. Right now we are low on pasta, cereal, spaghetti sauce, all paper products. Leslie Piotrowski of Third Lake looks at handmade bowls during the Empty Bowls event. They have specifically asked for holiday foods such as mashed potato mix, … The food pantry will accept any non-perishable food, hygiene supplies, and paper goods. They made bowls in order to understand the symbolism of Empty Bowls," said art teacher Marion Beram. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer. In all, $2,000 was raised. Contact Us. The event benefited the Warren Township Food Pantry. endobj %���� Township Population Township Area COG Member 2,121 Acres – 37,650 Yes Square Miles – 60 Road Miles – 13.32. Dom Duelli of Lake Bluff shows his son, Fox, 11 a bowl during the Empty Bowls fundraiser and food drive at Woodland Elementary School.