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Island Nursing Home Supporting the Island Food Pantry

Island Nursing Home and Care Center residents Evelyn Kent and Tammy Weed (standing) decorate bags for the food pantry with pre-school students from Kids Day Care on Deer Isle
Island Nursing Home and Care Center residents Evelyn Kent and Tammy Weed (standing) decorate bags for the food pantry with pre-school students from Kids Day Care on Deer Isle
Posted March 11, 2014, at 2:48 p.m.

Collecting for the Island Food Pantry is an annual tradition at the Island Nursing Home and Care Center in Deer Isle (INH). INH staff and family members donate nonperishable food and pet food items for the Island Food Pantry. This important donation comes at a time of the year when many food pantries are low and need is high.

Just for Kids Day Care on Deer Isle is part of the fun. The day care joined residents for an art project. Students visited on March 5, 2014, they had a chance to socialize with residents; drop of their food and pet donations, and to decorate bags with seasonal decorations.

The bags were used to deliver the food and pet items to the pantry and will be used to carry food and pet items home from the pantry by area residents.

“It is a great project for the residents and the students from the day care,” says Activity Director Harry Rodriguez.

Island Nursing Home has 70 residents and serves the Blue Hill peninsula and Deer Isle.

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