Food for local food pantries


The Kiwanis Club of Sidney recently donated food items to four foodbanks in Sidney: FISH, Agape, the Salvation Army and the Alpha Community Center (Holy Angels Soup Kitchen). The club purchased a total of $2,500 worth of food from the club’s donation and $1,250 from a grant from the Ohio District Kiwanis Foundation. Items purchased included canned goods, saltines, mac and cheese and spaghetti. More than 1,800 were donated to the four agencies this year. The club started the food project in 2007. On hand for delivery day were, left to right, Kiwanis members Rick Lunsford, Lori Humphrey, Bob Anthony, Scott Smith and Jake Romaker, and Lonnie Miller, manager of Sidney Foodtown.

The Kiwanis Club of Sidney recently donated food items to four foodbanks in Sidney: FISH, Agape, the Salvation Army and the Alpha Community Center (Holy Angels Soup Kitchen). The club purchased a total of $2,500 worth of food from the club’s donation and $1,250 from a grant from the Ohio District Kiwanis Foundation. Items purchased included canned goods, saltines, mac and cheese and spaghetti. More than 1,800 were donated to the four agencies this year. The club started the food project in 2007. On hand for delivery day were, left to right, Kiwanis members Rick Lunsford, Lori Humphrey, Bob Anthony, Scott Smith and Jake Romaker, and Lonnie Miller, manager of Sidney Foodtown.


Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News

Kiwanis Club President Lori Humphrey takes a box full of canned goods to load into a vehicle for delivery to one of four food pantries in Sidney.


Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News

Kiwanis Club member Bob Anthony loads a box of food into a vehicle for deliver to one of four food pantries in Sidney.


Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News

The Kiwanis Club of Sidney recently donated food items to four foodbanks in Sidney: FISH, Agape, the Salvation Army and the Alpha Community Center (Holy Angels Soup Kitchen). The club purchased a total of $2,500 worth of food from the club’s donation and $1,250 from a grant from the Ohio District Kiwanis Foundation. Items purchased included canned goods, saltines, mac and cheese and spaghetti. More than 1,800 were donated to the four agencies this year. The club started the food project in 2007. On hand for delivery day were, left to right, Kiwanis members Rick Lunsford, Lori Humphrey, Bob Anthony, Scott Smith and Jake Romaker, and Lonnie Miller, manager of Sidney Foodtown.

Kiwanis Club President Lori Humphrey takes a box full of canned goods to load into a vehicle for delivery to one of four food pantries in Sidney.

Kiwanis Club member Bob Anthony loads a box of food into a vehicle for deliver to one of four food pantries in Sidney.

The Kiwanis Club of Sidney recently donated food items to four foodbanks in Sidney: FISH, Agape, the Salvation Army and the Alpha Community Center (Holy Angels Soup Kitchen). The club purchased a total of $2,500 worth of food from the club’s donation and $1,250 from a grant from the Ohio District Kiwanis Foundation. Items purchased included canned goods, saltines, mac and cheese and spaghetti. More than 1,800 were donated to the four agencies this year. The club started the food project in 2007. On hand for delivery day were, left to right, Kiwanis members Rick Lunsford, Lori Humphrey, Bob Anthony, Scott Smith and Jake Romaker, and Lonnie Miller, manager of Sidney Foodtown.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_Kiwanis1-1.jpgThe Kiwanis Club of Sidney recently donated food items to four foodbanks in Sidney: FISH, Agape, the Salvation Army and the Alpha Community Center (Holy Angels Soup Kitchen). The club purchased a total of $2,500 worth of food from the club’s donation and $1,250 from a grant from the Ohio District Kiwanis Foundation. Items purchased included canned goods, saltines, mac and cheese and spaghetti. More than 1,800 were donated to the four agencies this year. The club started the food project in 2007. On hand for delivery day were, left to right, Kiwanis members Rick Lunsford, Lori Humphrey, Bob Anthony, Scott Smith and Jake Romaker, and Lonnie Miller, manager of Sidney Foodtown. Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News

Kiwanis Club President Lori Humphrey takes a box full of canned goods to load into a vehicle for delivery to one of four food pantries in Sidney.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_Kiwanis3.jpgKiwanis Club President Lori Humphrey takes a box full of canned goods to load into a vehicle for delivery to one of four food pantries in Sidney. Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News

Kiwanis Club member Bob Anthony loads a box of food into a vehicle for deliver to one of four food pantries in Sidney.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_Kiwanis2-1.jpgKiwanis Club member Bob Anthony loads a box of food into a vehicle for deliver to one of four food pantries in Sidney. Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News