Grant helps food pantry acquire new building

The Community Foundation of Noble County recently awarded a grant to Central Noble Food Pantry for $15,000 to assist with the purchase of a new building. Pantry Treasurer Doug Keenan, left, and pantry Director Bonnie Brownell, center, accept the grant from Bill Emmert, a grants committee member of the community foundation. Central Noble Food Pantry has provided food and household supplies for the needy for more than 25 years. The need for food and household supplies continues for those in need, including senior citizens on fixed incomes, unemployed families with young children and people with disabilities. The pantry serves more than 100 individuals each week.

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