Food drive benefits Harvest House

by missionpam on November 21, 2011

COMMUNITY IN ACTION: Teens (from left) Ashley Wagner, Maya Dupas and Summer Allen gave of their time to help Mission Love Seeds collect food for Harvest House.

Mission Love Seeds, along with the help of volunteers, held a food drive Nov. 19 to benefit the Harvest House food pantry. In less than two hours, a truckload of food and toiletries was collected plus $120. Barbi Carroll, founder of Mission Love Seeds, said another food drive is planned in December to meet this overwhelming need in the Destin community.
Signs were posted throughout the Indian Bayou Country Club community, and people who wanted to help were able to drop their bags of food at the Mission truck parked at the entrance to Indian Bayou.
“Many walked from their homes, with their children, carrying their gifts,” Carroll told The Log.
Volunteers helping with the event were Ann Hadsall-Allen, Ashley Wagner, Maya Dupas and Summer Allen.

This article first ran in The Destin Log.

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