Social distancing at Agape


Agape COO Jeff McAtee, of Sidney, pushes a cart past several rows of other carts loaded with food that will be given to people at curbside locations in front of Agape to fight the spread of COVID-19 by limiting people’s interactions while shopping for food at Agape. Non-perishable food was loaded into the carts the day before and perishable food was loaded into the carts in the morning.

Agape COO Jeff McAtee, of Sidney, pushes a cart past several rows of other carts loaded with food that will be given to people at curbside locations in front of Agape to fight the spread of COVID-19 by limiting people’s interactions while shopping for food at Agape. Non-perishable food was loaded into the carts the day before and perishable food was loaded into the carts in the morning.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Curbside stations have been set-up in front of Agape for people to pick-up food without having to interact with other shoppers.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Agape volunteer Bruce Boyd, left, loads food items into the pickup truck of Julie Cisco, both of Sidney, at one of the 6 curbside pick-up stations set-up next to Agape on Tuesday, March 24. Drivers call in when they arrive and are brought a shopping cart full of food. The curbside pick-up is meant to reduce the spread of the COVID-19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Agape COO Jeff McAtee, of Sidney, pushes a cart past several rows of other carts loaded with food that will be given to people at curbside locations in front of Agape to fight the spread of COVID-19 by limiting people’s interactions while shopping for food at Agape. Non-perishable food was loaded into the carts the day before and perishable food was loaded into the carts in the morning.

Agape volunteer Bruce Boyd, left, loads food items into the pickup truck of Julie Cisco, both of Sidney, at one of the 6 curbside pick-up stations set-up next to Agape on Tuesday, March 24. Drivers call in when they arrive and are brought a shopping cart full of food. The curbside pick-up is meant to reduce the spread of the COVID-19.

Agape COO Jeff McAtee, of Sidney, pushes a cart past several rows of other carts loaded with food that will be given to people at curbside locations in front of Agape to fight the spread of COVID-19 by limiting people’s interactions while shopping for food at Agape. Non-perishable food was loaded into the carts the day before and perishable food was loaded into the carts in the morning.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/03/web1_DSC_5033.jpgAgape COO Jeff McAtee, of Sidney, pushes a cart past several rows of other carts loaded with food that will be given to people at curbside locations in front of Agape to fight the spread of COVID-19 by limiting people’s interactions while shopping for food at Agape. Non-perishable food was loaded into the carts the day before and perishable food was loaded into the carts in the morning. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Curbside stations have been set-up in front of Agape for people to pick-up food without having to interact with other shoppers.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/03/web1_DSC_5038.jpgCurbside stations have been set-up in front of Agape for people to pick-up food without having to interact with other shoppers. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Agape volunteer Bruce Boyd, left, loads food items into the pickup truck of Julie Cisco, both of Sidney, at one of the 6 curbside pick-up stations set-up next to Agape on Tuesday, March 24. Drivers call in when they arrive and are brought a shopping cart full of food. The curbside pick-up is meant to reduce the spread of the COVID-19.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/03/web1_SDN032520AgapeCurbside.jpgAgape volunteer Bruce Boyd, left, loads food items into the pickup truck of Julie Cisco, both of Sidney, at one of the 6 curbside pick-up stations set-up next to Agape on Tuesday, March 24. Drivers call in when they arrive and are brought a shopping cart full of food. The curbside pick-up is meant to reduce the spread of the COVID-19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News