Preparing for Thanksgiving: How to Stuff Your Bags with the Perfect Holiday Meal

Linda Young, the organizer of the Lake Placid Ecumenical Food Pantry, led a team of volunteers in stuffing Thanksgiving bags on Monday morning. The pantry, located at St. Agnes Church, dedicated over an hour to packing bags that would be distributed to those in need.

Bernie Clarke, a volunteer at the pantry, was one of many people who worked tirelessly to ensure that families had access to a Thanksgiving meal. The community support and dedication to helping those less fortunate was evident in their efforts.

The volunteers packed 275 bags of food that would go on to make a significant difference for many families during the holiday season. The Lake Placid Ecumenical Food Pantry’s mission to provide food security to the community has been a crucial aspect of their work.

Volunteers like Bernie Clarke and Linda Young have been instrumental in their ability to provide support to those in need. Their demonstration of care and generosity has made a significant impact on the lives of many families in the Lake Placid area.

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