Gloucester County’s Emergency Management department coordinated a food distribution effort Saturday at the First United Baptist Church, White Marsh. Among those taking part were Rep. Rob Wittman (R-Montross), in center of photo at left; and Brett Major, Gloucester’s Emergency Management Coordinator, photo at right.
Gloucester County Emergency Management department coordinated a major food distribution effort on Saturday, working with local faith-based organizations and community partners.
Fifty-five turkeys and 80 pounds of chicken were prepared by local restaurants. The food was distributed from the First United Baptist Church, White Marsh. The event served over 220 households with over 440 bags of groceries and nearly 3,000 nonperishable items.
In the beginnings of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Peninsula Food Bank gave Emergency Management more than 200 frozen turkeys to distribute to the community. Jane Wenner, Gloucester County’s assistant emergency management coordinator, s...
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