Corn for those in need

- Posted on Jul 08, 2010 - 05:12 PM

Gum Fork resident William Harwood donates all of his leftover sweet corn each year to local food banks.

Photo: Gum Fork resident William Harwood donates all of his leftover sweet corn each year to local food banks. Here, members from Bethany United Methodist Church, Gloucester Point, and the Church of St. Therese, Gloucester, have gleaned corn and are loading it into the back of a van to be sent to the Bread for Life Food Pantry, Gloucester; Union Baptist Church’s food pantry, Achilles; the Laurel Shelter, and others. Shown, front row from left, are volunteers Jennifer Nielson, Jordan Cluts, Jimmy Greene and Pete Dunston; second row, Ray Doggett, Don Schultz and Josh Ward; third row, Bob Arey, Karen Arey, Levi Cluts, Jeannie Harrell, Kathleen Greene, Alan Harvey, Tanya Ward, Kevin Kiley, William Harwood and his grandson Finley Basta; not pictured, Gene Harrell and Wiley Cross. Photo by Quinton Sheppard.

Gum Fork resident William Harwood donates all of his leftover sweet corn each year to local food banks. Here, members from Bethany United Methodist Church, Gloucester Point, and the Church of St. Therese, Gloucester, have gleaned corn and are loading it into the back of a van to be sent to the Bread for Life Food Pantry, Gloucester; Union Baptist Church’s food pantry, Achilles; the Laurel Shelter, and others. Shown, front row from left, are volunteers Jennifer Nielson, Jordan Cluts, Jimmy Greene and Pete Dunston; second row, Ray Doggett, Don Schultz and Josh Ward; third row, Bob Arey, Karen Arey, Levi Cluts, Jeannie Harrell, Kathleen Greene, Alan Harvey, Tanya Ward, Kevin Kiley, William Harwood and his grandson Finley Basta; not pictured, Gene Harrell and Wiley Cross. Photo by Quinton Sheppard.