When it comes to helping the local Food Pantry, it is time to…‘Stuff A Bus’
It was a first attempt.
But the people behind it ae hoping to make it an annual success story – one that will also help local residents who may need some help during the holidays.
“The Food Pantry is much need in the Kildeer community and it is for a good cause,” explained Kami Fredericks.
The food drive brought in about $2,500 to $3,000 worth of donations, she added.
The group also wanted to put out a big thank you to some of the businesses and others that helped out, including the Bronco Brothers, Continental Resources, Benz Oil, the Coal Country Clinic and the St. John’s Lutheran Church.