The Food Bank of Lincoln is hosting a food drive next Wednesday June 15th from 4pm to 6pm. The food drive will be located at the Lincoln A–R–A site.
The program is to help provide food on an emergency needs basis to those in need. The Alcona County Commission on Aging was created by Helen Sharboneau in 1974.
VP of Alcona Couny Commission on Aging Board Delores Schlicker said, “Well i feel a lot of people especially with the prices now of everything going up they really need the food they can use the food and i personally know several families that use the food.”
Food insecurity is a huge problem all around the world. The food drive’s are held once a month and in may they gave out a total of 240 boxes of food which is approximately 30 pounds in each one.
Food Bank of Lincoln coordinator Karen Hughes said, “It is extremely important our goal is to try and alleviate some of the tension in the home and some of the stress in the home.”
You can reach out to the food bank of Lincoln at 989 334–3663 if you have any questions or concerns.