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Food Pantry Needs More Volunteers

The Wolf Point Food Pantry reopened on Tuesday, April 12, and served 70 families representing 227 people and provided 1,497 pounds of food.

On Tuesday, April 26, volunteers served 138 families representing 446 individuals and providing 3,385 pounds of food. On May 10, volunteers served 108 families representing 393 people and provided 7,569 pounds of food.

The food pantry will not be open on June 14, due to a shortage of food. A truck is coming at 4:45 p.m. on June 14, and volunteers are needed to help unload the supplies.

The organization has a core group of volunteers but need more people especially people who can do quite a bit of lifting. There are currently only two people on the board of directors, so three or more four dedicated people are desired.

The food pantry is available to all people who are food insecure.

Board members, volunteers and donations of food or money are needed to make the food pantry successful.

If interested in assisting in any way, call Gary Johnson at 406-650-7040.

The food pantry is located at 502 Main St. and is open the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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