By Sherryl Sheets
Local pantries to benefit
The Heritage Cooperative office on North Franklin Street in Richwood is hosting its annual Food Harvest Drive until Nov. 17. All food and personal needs items will be donated to the REAP (Richwood Emergency and Assistance Program) and Personal Needs Pantry, which helps people living in the North Union Local School District.
Items of need include canned meats, fruits, vegetables, soups, pastas, noodles, spaghetti, spaghetti sauce, ketchup, mustard, salad dressing, crackers, sugar, flour, cereal, cooking oil, peanut butter, soup beans, boxed jello and pudding, tooth paste and tooth brushes, deodorant, disposable razors, shaving cream, paper towels, toilet paper, facial tissues, denture cleaner, shampoo, bars of soap, household cleaners, toilet bowl cleaner, liquid laundry soap, and dish soap.Your donations will give a helping hand to our neighbors in the school district.