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Food collection drives

Two community food collections were held recently in lower Gloucester County—in front of Buck’s Store Museum at Bena and at Gloucester Point Baptist Church. They were coordinated by Gloucester County Emergency Management for distribution to those in need in the county. Multiple boxes were collected at each location; between the two, donations filled a truck and an SUV, including the back seats. In top photo, Guinea Heritage Association secretary Sharon Zuber, at left, and GHA vice president Leslie Belvin stand with Saturday morning’s collection. Below, CERT members Rick Ferris and Jim and Edie Bradbury, from left, are shown with Gloucester Point Baptist Church Deacon Chair Keith Belvin (back right) and GPBC Pastor Bud Goude (middle right). The church will continue to collect food from 9 a.m.-noon on Wednesdays throughout May.


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