MW members to hold food & supply drive for Rose Ave.


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A few volunteers and donors at the 2021 Farmers’ Market for the Rose Avenue Food & Supply Drive. Shown left to right: Market Volunteer Rilyn Jones, Market & Woodmen volunteer Debra Grover, Market Vendor Kay Terry of KK’s Waffle Barn with donor Madison, Woodmen volunteer Ellie Dowler and donor Kelly Hay.

A few volunteers and donors at the 2021 Farmers’ Market for the Rose Avenue Food & Supply Drive. Shown left to right: Market Volunteer Rilyn Jones, Market & Woodmen volunteer Debra Grover, Market Vendor Kay Terry of KK’s Waffle Barn with donor Madison, Woodmen volunteer Ellie Dowler and donor Kelly Hay.


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Modern Woodmen members are holding a Food & Supply Drive on Aug. 20 and Aug. 27 at the Fayette County Farmers Market, 8:30 a.m.to noon, to benefit the Rose Avenue Community Center.

Volunteers will be collecting items needed for the After-School & Community meals such as spaghetti, pasta sauce, Velveeta, rice, instant potatoes, taco shells, pork-n-beans, corn, green beans, gravy, chili, peanut butter, jelly taco seasoning, paper plates, nine oz plastic cups, paper bowls, plastic forks, plastic spoons, toilet tissue, paper towels, 30 gallon trash bags, foil wrap, and Clorox wipes.

Rose Avenue Community Center strives to provide for concerns within the community like food, clothing, and assistance with budgeting and life skills training to provide a hand up to those in need.

When you join Modern Woodmen, you become a member of the organization. Members work together to identify local needs, coordinate volunteer projects that provide dollars, basic necessities and hands-on activities to improve lives and make an impact in local communities. They have the opportunity to make a difference right where they live and support causes important to them.

It’s all part of what makes Modern Woodmen unique as a fraternal financial services organization. Contact Dan Mayo at 937-725-0445 for more information.

A few volunteers and donors at the 2021 Farmers’ Market for the Rose Avenue Food & Supply Drive. Shown left to right: Market Volunteer Rilyn Jones, Market & Woodmen volunteer Debra Grover, Market Vendor Kay Terry of KK’s Waffle Barn with donor Madison, Woodmen volunteer Ellie Dowler and donor Kelly Hay.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/08/web1_Photo-1-MW-Vols-for-Rose-Av-Drive-2021.jpgA few volunteers and donors at the 2021 Farmers’ Market for the Rose Avenue Food & Supply Drive. Shown left to right: Market Volunteer Rilyn Jones, Market & Woodmen volunteer Debra Grover, Market Vendor Kay Terry of KK’s Waffle Barn with donor Madison, Woodmen volunteer Ellie Dowler and donor Kelly Hay. Courtesy photo

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