Feed Fest at Waterloo Village


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BYRAM — Please join us in JAM's Catering Hall at Waterloo Village on Sunday February 11th, 2018 from 12 to 3 pm. This is a family friendly party to help us feed those in need and have fun doing it!

Food pantries receive a lot of donations over the holidays, and then are often left depleted for the winter months. We will be collecting food donations as well as gift cards. Proceeds will benefit Project Self Sufficiency, Byram Food Pantry, and NORWESCAP.

We will have food, music, a surprise princess, free STEM class and 3D Printer Creation. Children can make cards for seniors and decorate lunch bags and placemats for the food bank. ALL activities are free with a donation of food, cash, or grocery store gift cards. Prizes will be awarded for "most food donated" and "largest gift card donated."

Suggestions for food donations include: low sodium canned beans, fruit in juice (not syrup), low sodium canned vegetables, low sodium canned soups, canned tuna in water, canned chicken, dry beans, peanut butter or other nut butters, rolled oats, low sodium pasta sauce, popcorn kernels, unsweetened apple sauce, whole grain low sugar cold cereals, olive or canola oil, unsalted nuts or seeds, canned tomatoes, dried fruits (no sugar added), low sodium broths and stock. Please make sure the items are not expired or in glass containers.

For more information, please contact: pastortimwumc@msn.com.



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