Comments for: Strong donations, new volunteers give struggling food bank hope for brighter 2013

Posted Dec. 24, 2012, at 2:22 p.m.

BATH | Bolstered by the hiring of managers for the local soup kitchen and generous donations to help feed the hungry, the Bath Area Food Bank is rebounding from turbulent times it experienced during the summer. Kimberly Gates, food bank coordinator, said individuals and businesses have stepped up in …

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  • Anonymous

    Great article. So many in our community are in need, and with prices for groceries going through the roof the services provided by local food pantries is crucial, all year long.
    I am a proud supporter and volunteer at our local pantry, we provide food support to nearly 10 percent of the towns population, these folks are our friends and neighbors.
    God Bless the ROMEO’s and all who help provide food security to our neighbors in need.
    Merry Christmas!

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