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Matawan Community Food Pantry thanks local community groups

The Matawan Community Food Pantry would like to thank the following groups for making the 2016 year easier for over 90 families in the Matawan/Aberdeen area:

Amboy Bank in Aberdeen; Boy Scout Pack 66 in Matawan; Boy Scout Troop 92 in Hazlet; Community YMCA in Matawan; community members who have given food donations or monetary gifts; Cross of Glory and First Presbyterian nursery and Sunday schools; Farmers Against Hunger in Matawan; Girl Scout Troop 397 in Matawan; Girl Scout Troop 593 in Aberdeen; In Style Salon in Aberdeen; Jersey Shore Huskies Girls Soccer in Matawan; Keyport-Matawan Elks No. 2030 in Keyport; Lloyd Road School Student Council and PTO in Aberdeen; Matawan Borough for our facility and distribution area; Matawan-Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce; Matawan-Aberdeen Library with their Food for Fines program; Matawan-Aberdeen Summer Workshop; Matawan Postal food drive; Robertsville Elementary School in Morganville; Shop Rite in Aberdeen; Stop & Shop in Aberdeen; Temple Shalom in Aberdeen; The Crop Walk in Red Bank; The Turkey Trot in Matawan; and Tula Yoga in Aberdeen.

Many thanks also to the many volunteers who help sort, bag or distribute all donations. Best wishes for a happy and healthy New Year to all.

Kathleen A. Odell
Cross of Glory Lutheran Church-Aberdeen

Sis and Lenny De Marco
First Presbyterian Church-Matawan

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