The needler in the haystack.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Monday last day for food donations via postal workers


Stamp Out Hunger coordinator Nancy Piwowar
holds note put in food donation bag by postal patron.
For nearly twenty years, Plainfield's letter carriers have teamed up with Campbell's Soup to 'help stamp out hunger', collecting donations of food and delivering them to StarFish, Plainfield's local food pantry.

The event always happens on the second Saturday of May, but this year Plainfield postal workers are making another roundup of donated items on Monday (tomorrow), after many residents called Nancy Piwowar, one of the organizers of the Plainfield effort, to say they had further donations.

StarFish is looking for donations of canned goods of all kinds as well as nonperishable foods such pasta, cereal, etc.

Put your items out near your mailbox in a plastic bag and your letter carrier will make a last pickup tomorrow. Maybe you better do it now, while you're thinking about.

The good folks at StarFish thank you!



City Council candidate Dee Dameron pitches in to help StarFish crew.


...as does Councilor Cory Storch.


The StarFish crew. Front row (left to right), Lynda Stanbach, Edna Shanok, Kelly Cianciola;
Rear (left to right), Harry Mayer, Steven Danyo, Hugh Woodruff.
The program has been serving Plainfield residents for three decades.



-- Dan Damon [follow]

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