On June 29th, John Heather, President of the Osage Community Elks #2705, presented laundry supplies to Shana Aubuschon-Director, Share the Harvest Food Pantry.

On June 29th, John Heather, President of the Osage Community Elks #2705, presented laundry supplies to Shana Aubuschon-Director, Share the Harvest Food Pantry.

“The number one request we get from our food pantry clients, that we can’t always supply, is laundry supplies. We reached out to the Elks because their members care and do so much for the community. We are calling the laundry aid campaign SUDS4SUMMER4STH - Suds For Summer for Share The Harvest. We are pleased with the campaign and we will hold it over for another month. We appreciate all that the Elks members do for the community and Share The Harvest” says Shana Aubuschon.

Share The Harvest Food Pantry assisted 626 households for a total of 1,829 people in Camden County in June with their nutritional needs. It is the largest food pantry in Camden County assisting people and families meet their nutritional food needs.

Beside the food pantry, Share The Harvest also has a thrift store that helps support the operations of the food pantry. Located at the same location, the thrift store accepts & sells gently used clothes for women, men and children, furniture, housewares, decorative items and more!

If you or someone you know could benefit from the Share The Harvest Food Pantry, please reach out to them. They are located at 689 N. State Hwy 7, across from state road EE out of Greenview. The pantry is open Tuesday 1-7, Wednesday and Thursday 10-4. The thrift store is open 6 days a week. Monday through Saturday 10-4, Tuesday 10-7. Or call them at 573-873-5855.