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Local organizations receive proceeds from the Share the Love Auction

Front row left to right:  Marty Rogers, Co-Senior Warden, St. Peter’s; John Michael Grondin, St. Peter’s Share the Love Auction committee; Stephanie Primm, Hospitality House & Knox County Homeless Coalition; Ann Walker, Area Interfaith Outreach Food Pantry; and David Grima, St. Peter’s Loaves and Fishes program. Back row left to right: JoAnne Murphy, Co-Senior Warden, St. Peter’s; Ilmi Carter, Oceanside High School Back Pack program; Sharon Danforth and Gayle Palmer of the Camden Area Christian Food Pantry; Pat Snow, Rockland District Nursing Association; the Rev. Jane Chatfield, deacon at St. Peter’s; Lois Stackpole-Alley, Meals on Wheels; and John Smith and John Coombs of the Thomaston Interfaith Food Pantry.
Front row left to right: Marty Rogers, Co-Senior Warden, St. Peter’s; John Michael Grondin, St. Peter’s Share the Love Auction committee; Stephanie Primm, Hospitality House & Knox County Homeless Coalition; Ann Walker, Area Interfaith Outreach Food Pantry; and David Grima, St. Peter’s Loaves and Fishes program. Back row left to right: JoAnne Murphy, Co-Senior Warden, St. Peter’s; Ilmi Carter, Oceanside High School Back Pack program; Sharon Danforth and Gayle Palmer of the Camden Area Christian Food Pantry; Pat Snow, Rockland District Nursing Association; the Rev. Jane Chatfield, deacon at St. Peter’s; Lois Stackpole-Alley, Meals on Wheels; and John Smith and John Coombs of the Thomaston Interfaith Food Pantry.
Posted May 03, 2014, at 9:29 p.m.

May 3, 2014

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Press Release from St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Rockland, Maine

Media Contact: Mary Alice Bird, 596-7620, mabjab@roadrunner.com

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Local organizations receive proceeds from the Share the Love Auction

Members of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church presented checks to 12 local organizations that all strive to help people in need of heating, food or health assistance. The third annual Share the Love Auction held February 8th raised $15,000.

All of the money raised goes is returned to the community to support people in immediate need of food, heat and health assistance. St. Peter’s recognizes that local organizations need help to do their work and our area is blessed with a community of businesses and supporters who donated items and purchased ads to support the auction.

The organizations that have received funds from the auction include Rockland District Nursing Association, Salvation Army, Area Interfaith Organization Food Pantry, Loaves and Fishes (a weekend feeding program based at St. Peter’s), Thomaston Food Pantry, Camden Christian Food Pantry, Oceanside Backpack Program, Knox County Homeless Coalition, St. Peter’s Rector’s Discretionary Fund, Meals on Wheels, Ocean’s View Grange’s Fuel Assistance Fund, and Rockport General Assistance.

St. Peter’s is grateful to all Knox County area businesses and individuals for their support and to the auction enthusiasts who bid on items that evening. A total of $20,000 worth of items were auctioned off including Cape Air tickets to Boston, New Hampshire Motor Speedway tickets, Celtics Tickets, Museum Passes, a Lyn Snow original watercolor along with other local and out of state artists that donated their paintings and many other great items. Plans are underway for the fourth auction in 2015.

For the photo identification:

Front row left to right: Marty Rogers, Co-Senior Warden, St. Peter’s; John Michael Grondin, St. Peter’s Share the Love Auction committee; Stephanie Primm, Hospitality House & Knox County Homeless Coalition; Ann Walker, Area Interfaith Outreach Food Pantry; and David Grima, St. Peter’s Loaves and Fishes program.

Back row left to right: JoAnne Murphy, Co-Senior Warden, St. Peter’s; Ilmi Carter, Oceanside High School Back Pack program; Sharon Danforth and Gayle Palmer of the Camden Area Christian Food Pantry; Pat Snow, Rockland District Nursing Association; the Rev. Jane Chatfield, deacon at St. Peter’s; Lois Stackpole-Alley, Meals on Wheels; and John Smith and John Coombs of the Thomaston Interfaith Food Pantry.

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