Stamp out hunger


Sidney Post Office employee Cheryl Gottschalk, far right, of Sidney, hands a bag of non-perishable goods to United Way board member D’mitri William, both of Sidney, during the United Way organized Stamp Out Hunger in Shelby County event at the Sidney Post Office Saturday, May 11. Helping them is William’s granddaughter Savanah Hall, 11, of Springfield, daughter of Tamia and Justin Hall. Sidney Post Office employees picked-up non-perishable food left out by people along their mail routes. The 3,830 pounts of food will distributed to Agape, Alpha Community Center, Lockington United Methodist Church, St. Jacob Lutheran Church in Anna, and Sidney FISH food pantries.

Sidney Post Office employee Cheryl Gottschalk, far right, of Sidney, hands a bag of non-perishable goods to United Way board member D’mitri William, both of Sidney, during the United Way organized Stamp Out Hunger in Shelby County event at the Sidney Post Office Saturday, May 11. Helping them is William’s granddaughter Savanah Hall, 11, of Springfield, daughter of Tamia and Justin Hall. Sidney Post Office employees picked-up non-perishable food left out by people along their mail routes. The 3,830 pounts of food will distributed to Agape, Alpha Community Center, Lockington United Methodist Church, St. Jacob Lutheran Church in Anna, and Sidney FISH food pantries.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sidney Post Office employee Cheryl Gottschalk, far right, of Sidney, hands a bag of non-perishable goods to United Way board member D’mitri William, both of Sidney, during the United Way organized Stamp Out Hunger in Shelby County event at the Sidney Post Office Saturday, May 11. Helping them is William’s granddaughter Savanah Hall, 11, of Springfield, daughter of Tamia and Justin Hall. Sidney Post Office employees picked-up non-perishable food left out by people along their mail routes. The 3,830 pounts of food will distributed to Agape, Alpha Community Center, Lockington United Methodist Church, St. Jacob Lutheran Church in Anna, and Sidney FISH food pantries.

Sidney Post Office employee Cheryl Gottschalk, far right, of Sidney, hands a bag of non-perishable goods to United Way board member D’mitri William, both of Sidney, during the United Way organized Stamp Out Hunger in Shelby County event at the Sidney Post Office Saturday, May 11. Helping them is William’s granddaughter Savanah Hall, 11, of Springfield, daughter of Tamia and Justin Hall. Sidney Post Office employees picked-up non-perishable food left out by people along their mail routes. The 3,830 pounts of food will distributed to Agape, Alpha Community Center, Lockington United Methodist Church, St. Jacob Lutheran Church in Anna, and Sidney FISH food pantries.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/05/web1_SDN051419StampHunger.jpgSidney Post Office employee Cheryl Gottschalk, far right, of Sidney, hands a bag of non-perishable goods to United Way board member D’mitri William, both of Sidney, during the United Way organized Stamp Out Hunger in Shelby County event at the Sidney Post Office Saturday, May 11. Helping them is William’s granddaughter Savanah Hall, 11, of Springfield, daughter of Tamia and Justin Hall. Sidney Post Office employees picked-up non-perishable food left out by people along their mail routes. The 3,830 pounts of food will distributed to Agape, Alpha Community Center, Lockington United Methodist Church, St. Jacob Lutheran Church in Anna, and Sidney FISH food pantries. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News