$3,500 for Wilmington United Methodist Church God’s Pantry


The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $3,500 toward the Wilmington United Methodist Church God’s Pantry. The funds will be used to build and install outdoor refrigeration for food, resulting in improving the health of the unemployed and under-employed. From left in the front are church and pantry representatives Linda Mead, Scott Miller, Tari Mabry and Lorry Swindler; and from left in the back are grant committee members Kerry Steed, Tony Long, Janet Dixon and Michelle Morrison. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.

The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $3,500 toward the Wilmington United Methodist Church God’s Pantry. The funds will be used to build and install outdoor refrigeration for food, resulting in improving the health of the unemployed and under-employed. From left in the front are church and pantry representatives Linda Mead, Scott Miller, Tari Mabry and Lorry Swindler; and from left in the back are grant committee members Kerry Steed, Tony Long, Janet Dixon and Michelle Morrison. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $3,500 toward the Wilmington United Methodist Church God’s Pantry. The funds will be used to build and install outdoor refrigeration for food, resulting in improving the health of the unemployed and under-employed. From left in the front are church and pantry representatives Linda Mead, Scott Miller, Tari Mabry and Lorry Swindler; and from left in the back are grant committee members Kerry Steed, Tony Long, Janet Dixon and Michelle Morrison. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.

The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $3,500 toward the Wilmington United Methodist Church God’s Pantry. The funds will be used to build and install outdoor refrigeration for food, resulting in improving the health of the unemployed and under-employed. From left in the front are church and pantry representatives Linda Mead, Scott Miller, Tari Mabry and Lorry Swindler; and from left in the back are grant committee members Kerry Steed, Tony Long, Janet Dixon and Michelle Morrison. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/11/web1_wumc_c.jpgThe Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $3,500 toward the Wilmington United Methodist Church God’s Pantry. The funds will be used to build and install outdoor refrigeration for food, resulting in improving the health of the unemployed and under-employed. From left in the front are church and pantry representatives Linda Mead, Scott Miller, Tari Mabry and Lorry Swindler; and from left in the back are grant committee members Kerry Steed, Tony Long, Janet Dixon and Michelle Morrison. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal