Whitehall-Coplay Press

Thursday, August 22, 2019
PRESS PHOTOS BY APRIL PETERSONAi Orthodontics representatives recently stopped by Bible Bethel Fellowship Church, Elm Street, Emmaus, to donate money and food to Groceries P.L.U.S, an emergency food pantry, housed at the church. Donations were made by dentists, patients, family, friends and employees as part of a “March Madness” basketball tournament challenge. ABOVE: Beth Lorah, left, coordinator PRESS PHOTOS BY APRIL PETERSONAi Orthodontics representatives recently stopped by Bible Bethel Fellowship Church, Elm Street, Emmaus, to donate money and food to Groceries P.L.U.S, an emergency food pantry, housed at the church. Donations were made by dentists, patients, family, friends and employees as part of a “March Madness” basketball tournament challenge. ABOVE: Beth Lorah, left, coordinator
Donations collected through the challenge include $1,000 presented in a check to Beth Lorah, left, by Karen Hobson, right, Ai Orthodontics community relations, as well as pantry staples. Donations collected through the challenge include $1,000 presented in a check to Beth Lorah, left, by Karen Hobson, right, Ai Orthodontics community relations, as well as pantry staples.
According to Lorah, the food pantry helps an average of 90 families who shop at the pantry once a month. Donations are always welcome, particularly for household items such as laundry detergent, toilet tissue and toiletries. The pantry also can accept fresh items such as eggs, milk and produce, Lorah said. According to Lorah, the food pantry helps an average of 90 families who shop at the pantry once a month. Donations are always welcome, particularly for household items such as laundry detergent, toilet tissue and toiletries. The pantry also can accept fresh items such as eggs, milk and produce, Lorah said.

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