I keep hearing about how bad the economy is. I’m not buyin’ it! My wife works at a business that has customers lining up to get in. Their traffic counts are climbing to all-time highs. In fact, they can barely keep merchandise on the shelves!
My wife volunteers at the Lakeshore Community Action Program (CAP) Food Pantry in Sturgeon Bay. Yes, as the economy gets worse, their business, sadly, is growing like crazy. Lakeshore CAP Food Pantry doesn’t get a lot of press. Many locals don’t even know that it exists. It’s housed in the large gray building on Third Avenue across from the Sturgeon Bay Florist. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, the Food Pantry distributes both government-subsidized and donated food free of charge to families in need.
If your family has more than enough after your family has been fed and monthly bills have been paid, would you consider joining me in making donations (of money or unopened food items) to help the Food Pantry keep their shelves filled during these increasingly difficult times?
For more information about Lakeshore CAP, contact Liz or Sandy at 743-0192.