Firemen’s Association food drive benefits Cooperative Parrish


The Pomeroy Firemen’s Association and Powell’s Foodfair conducted their fourth annual “Feeding Our Friends” food drive on Saturday, Nov. 12, collection non-perishable food items and donations for the Meigs County Cooperative Parrish. Items donated ranged from canned vegetables and fruits to tuna, boxed stuffing, spaghetti sauce with noodles and macaroni and cheese. In addition to food items, shoppers donated $425 in monetary donations to give to the parish. The Firemen’s Association also gave away 20 smoke detectors to local residents who needed them as well as distributing information on Ohio’s burning laws. Pictured (top photo) are (from left) Benjamin Young, Willie Zahran, Brentten Young and Clayton Taylor representing the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association with Pam North of the Meigs Cooperative Parish dropping off the non-perishable food items collected. (Bottom left) Derek Miller of the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association accepts a monetary donation from a community member for the Meigs Cooperative Parish during the 2016 “Feeding Our Friends” food drive sponsored by the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association and Powell’s Foodfair.


The Pomeroy Firemen’s Association and Powell’s Foodfair conducted their fourth annual “Feeding Our Friends” food drive on Saturday, Nov. 12, collection non-perishable food items and donations for the Meigs County Cooperative Parrish. Items donated ranged from canned vegetables and fruits to tuna, boxed stuffing, spaghetti sauce with noodles and macaroni and cheese. In addition to food items, shoppers donated $425 in monetary donations to give to the parish. The Firemen’s Association also gave away 20 smoke detectors to local residents who needed them as well as distributing information on Ohio’s burning laws. Pictured (top photo) are (from left) Benjamin Young, Willie Zahran, Brentten Young and Clayton Taylor representing the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association with Pam North of the Meigs Cooperative Parish dropping off the non-perishable food items collected. (Bottom left) Derek Miller of the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association accepts a monetary donation from a community member for the Meigs Cooperative Parish during the 2016 “Feeding Our Friends” food drive sponsored by the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association and Powell’s Foodfair.

The Pomeroy Firemen’s Association and Powell’s Foodfair conducted their fourth annual “Feeding Our Friends” food drive on Saturday, Nov. 12, collection non-perishable food items and donations for the Meigs County Cooperative Parrish. Items donated ranged from canned vegetables and fruits to tuna, boxed stuffing, spaghetti sauce with noodles and macaroni and cheese. In addition to food items, shoppers donated $425 in monetary donations to give to the parish. The Firemen’s Association also gave away 20 smoke detectors to local residents who needed them as well as distributing information on Ohio’s burning laws. Pictured (top photo) are (from left) Benjamin Young, Willie Zahran, Brentten Young and Clayton Taylor representing the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association with Pam North of the Meigs Cooperative Parish dropping off the non-perishable food items collected. (Bottom left) Derek Miller of the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association accepts a monetary donation from a community member for the Meigs Cooperative Parish during the 2016 “Feeding Our Friends” food drive sponsored by the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association and Powell’s Foodfair.
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_11.16-PFD.jpgThe Pomeroy Firemen’s Association and Powell’s Foodfair conducted their fourth annual “Feeding Our Friends” food drive on Saturday, Nov. 12, collection non-perishable food items and donations for the Meigs County Cooperative Parrish. Items donated ranged from canned vegetables and fruits to tuna, boxed stuffing, spaghetti sauce with noodles and macaroni and cheese. In addition to food items, shoppers donated $425 in monetary donations to give to the parish. The Firemen’s Association also gave away 20 smoke detectors to local residents who needed them as well as distributing information on Ohio’s burning laws. Pictured (top photo) are (from left) Benjamin Young, Willie Zahran, Brentten Young and Clayton Taylor representing the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association with Pam North of the Meigs Cooperative Parish dropping off the non-perishable food items collected. (Bottom left) Derek Miller of the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association accepts a monetary donation from a community member for the Meigs Cooperative Parish during the 2016 “Feeding Our Friends” food drive sponsored by the Pomeroy Firemen’s Association and Powell’s Foodfair.
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