Ipswich-Rowley Rotary Club Holding January Food Drive

Ipswich Open Door Manager Luke Kleindienst, Open Door Executive Director Julie LaFontaine, Open Door Operations Director Jen Perry, and Rotary members Elaine Richter and Lisa Shanko (Photo courtesy of: Robert Snow)

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The Rotary Club of Ipswich-Rowley will host an annual food drive in January to benefit The Open Door’s program, the Ipswich Community Food Pantry.

Food essentials include canned tuna and chicken, hearty soups and stews, canned fruits and vegetables, pasta and pasta sauces, cereals, rice, peanut butter, 100% juice and juice boxes, healthy snacks, and cakes. , muffins, pancake mixes, and more. Please refrain from using glasses.

Food is at the savings institution’s Ipswich offices on Depot Square and County Road, Brookline Bank on Market Street, Bank Gloucester on High Street, MAC Fitness on Route 1 in Raleigh, and the Ipswich YMCA.

“Winter is here. Food drives like this help stock shelves with the staple foods people rely on. I am very grateful to you for arranging this opportunity.”

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“Food prices are at a 40-year high and every donation helps put food on the tables of locals,” she added.

From January 2nd to 27th, you can donate food at the facilities listed above.

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