Pantry operations went through radical changes during the pandemic.
Most of the volunteers were in the vulnerable age group and had to stay home.
Younger volunteers stepped up. (Filling Easter baskets)
Masks and distancing became part of the routine.
The food was packed into bags for easy transfer to cars.
Traffic flow through the south parking lot became one way.
Elizabeth and Caroline checking in clients.
Councilman Bob Blumenfield came one morning and helped.
Girl scouts ran food drives in their community.
Myles Buechler brought his savings as a donation to the Pantry (nickles, dimes, and pennies).