The Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club in Kilmarnock has been responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by helping with local food drives, establishing a member-funded program to assist furloughed employees, and providing members with safe ways to get out and enjoy the fresh air for exercise.
In May, the Healthy Harvest Food Bank, which normally averages 900 pounds of food in an all-day food drive, received 2,343 pounds of food in just five hours. Two ICYCC employees, Pete and Megan Stephens, volunteered to work the five-hour food drive at the Northern Neck Family YMCA. Golf course superintendent Pete Stephens and membership director Megan Stephens were two of 14 volunteers who worked the food drive in different shifts as nearly 100 cars drove through to donate food in a safe way.
“What is so special about our community is how everyone bands together in times like these. No one should ever wonder when or how they will get their next meal or how they feed their family. We are so fortu...
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