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Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry begins construction

“We are most grateful to the Polk County Community Foundation for awarding Outreach with grant funds to build the new addition to our facility. Expanding the current pantry space will allow us to better serve the growing population in Polk County that turns to Outreach when their cupboard is bare,” said Carol Newton, executive director of Outreach. Pantry Coordinator Jim McClintock adds, “The extra space will give us the ability to save much needed funds by purchasing reduced price food items in bulk. The addition will also help us to accommodate our growing Feed-A-Kid program.” The construction is expected to last approximately three months, and will not affect Outreach’s ability to provide service to its clients. (photo submitted by Wendy Thomas)

“We are most grateful to the Polk County Community Foundation for awarding Outreach with grant funds to build the new addition to our facility. Expanding the current pantry space will allow us to better serve the growing population in Polk County that turns to Outreach when their cupboard is bare,” said Carol Newton, executive director of Outreach. Pantry Coordinator Jim McClintock adds, “The extra space will give us the ability to save much needed funds by purchasing reduced price food items in bulk. The addition will also help us to accommodate our growing Feed-A-Kid program.” The construction is expected to last approximately three months, and will not affect Outreach’s ability to provide service to its clients. (photo submitted by Wendy Thomas)