The Kinette Club of Notre Dame collected non-perishable food items and monetary donations during their regular monthly bingo in November for the Lewisporte and Area Interfaith Goodwill Centre and Food Bank. For each nonperishable food item brought in bingo players were given a ticket towards a draw for one of two turkeys. Kinette Club of Notre Dame president Tina Bennett presented Goodwill Centre and Food Bank director Daphne Woolfrey with $75 collected along with the food items.
Pictured during the sixth annual Freake’s Ambulance Food Bank & Toy Drive on Nov. 25 are (from left) Salvation Army Lieutenant Devin Reid, Andy Moyles, Chrissy Mills, Jessica Potter, Keaton O’Brien, Kelli Freake, Tabatha Micks, Kara Baggs and Salvation Army Lieutenant Laurie Reid. Thanks went out to the community for once again demonstrating their generosity for this initiative.
This is the second year that Lilly Mills, daughter of paramedic Chrissy Mills, has helped out at the Freake’s Ambulance Food Bank & Toy Drive.
The Lewisporte Co-op demonstrated how they are community heroes by donating a new cooler to the local Food Bank and the milk to fill it on Food Bank days. Pictured (from left) are volunteers Joy Freake, Venissa Fancy, Lewisporte Co-op manager Owen Brinson, Interfaith Goodwill Centre and Food Bank director Daphne Woolfrey, and volunteers Judy Stephenson and Joan Jacobs.
The Food Bank in Lewisporte received an annual donation of $6,000 from the Kinsmen of Notre Dame and Lewisporte Co-op 50/50 initiative. Pictured are (from left) volunteer Joy Freake, Interfaith Goodwill Centre and Food Bank director Daphne Woolfrey, Co-op manager Owen Brinson and Interfaith Goodwill Centre and Food Bank board chairperson Rev. Stephanie McClellan.