Working together to feed the community


As a part of Taskforce Redleg, the drive-thru food pantry had a focus of helping to put a load of healthy groceries back on the shelves of families across Fayette County that have been affected by the pandemic. 

As a part of Taskforce Redleg, the drive-thru food pantry had a focus of helping to put a load of healthy groceries back on the shelves of families across Fayette County that have been affected by the pandemic. 


The food drive was held at the Washington High School/ Middle School campus from 10 a.m. to noon.


While the drive was happening, WCHCS lunch program, commonly known as “The Big Blue Bus” program, was still ongoing, feeding children in the city by stopping at their bus stops with ready-to-eat meals.


Washington Court House City Schools (WCHCS), the Ohio National Guard, the Mid-Ohio Foodbank, and Grace United Methodist Church partnered on Friday to distribute food to families.


As a part of Taskforce Redleg, the drive-thru food pantry had a focus of helping to put a load of healthy groceries back on the shelves of families across Fayette County that have been affected by the pandemic. 

The food drive was held at the Washington High School/ Middle School campus from 10 a.m. to noon.

While the drive was happening, WCHCS lunch program, commonly known as “The Big Blue Bus” program, was still ongoing, feeding children in the city by stopping at their bus stops with ready-to-eat meals.

Washington Court House City Schools (WCHCS), the Ohio National Guard, the Mid-Ohio Foodbank, and Grace United Methodist Church partnered on Friday to distribute food to families.

As a part of Taskforce Redleg, the drive-thru food pantry had a focus of helping to put a load of healthy groceries back on the shelves of families across Fayette County that have been affected by the pandemic. 
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/06/web1_WCHCSNG3.jpgAs a part of Taskforce Redleg, the drive-thru food pantry had a focus of helping to put a load of healthy groceries back on the shelves of families across Fayette County that have been affected by the pandemic. 

The food drive was held at the Washington High School/ Middle School campus from 10 a.m. to noon.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/06/web1_WCHCSNG4.jpgThe food drive was held at the Washington High School/ Middle School campus from 10 a.m. to noon.

While the drive was happening, WCHCS lunch program, commonly known as “The Big Blue Bus” program, was still ongoing, feeding children in the city by stopping at their bus stops with ready-to-eat meals.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/06/web1_WCHCSNG5.jpgWhile the drive was happening, WCHCS lunch program, commonly known as “The Big Blue Bus” program, was still ongoing, feeding children in the city by stopping at their bus stops with ready-to-eat meals.

Washington Court House City Schools (WCHCS), the Ohio National Guard, the Mid-Ohio Foodbank, and Grace United Methodist Church partnered on Friday to distribute food to families.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/06/web1_wchcsNG2.jpgWashington Court House City Schools (WCHCS), the Ohio National Guard, the Mid-Ohio Foodbank, and Grace United Methodist Church partnered on Friday to distribute food to families.