Reynolds offering nets 566 pounds of food for pantry


Shown above, Don Greenlee, president of the Come to Me Food Pantry Board of Directors, along with other members of Fishers United Methodist Church, present a plaque of appreciation to Mike Lawson and other Reynolds Farm Equipment family members, thanking them for their support of the food pantry.

Since 2009, Reynolds Farm Equipment has worked in cooperation with the pantry, permitting a freewill offering to be accepted on weekends during the annual Christmas Light Display. This year was a record year, with 566 pounds of food and $31,105 donated to support the pantry. The offering has brought in more than $71,000 in the three years it has been held.

The Come to Me Food Pantry, a mission outreach of Fishers United Methodist Church, was formed in October 2007 and is located at 9691 E. 116th St. in Fishers. It serves Hamilton County residents each Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Since its inception, the pantry has distributed more than 830,000 pounds of food and personal items.

Pictured (left to right): Linda Williams, food pantry director, Angela Reynolds Hungate, Dan Spaulding, Laurie Benson, Don Greenlee, Jeff Lawson, Steve Williams, Mike Lawson, Pastor Kevin McKinney, Patty Greenlee, Joyce McKinney and Robert Graham.


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