A heartwarming outpouring of help flooded the community during the holiday season, as the Cassville Community Food Pantry gave out nearly 350 boxes of food Dec. 22-23, and the Barry County Neighborhood Center helped more than 300 children with Share Your Christmas.
However, just because the holiday season is over, the need in the community does not go away.
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In an effort to increase access to its food distribution programs, Cassville Pantry will extend its hours of operation, effective Dec. 3.
In addition to its standard weekday morning hours of Monday through Thursday from 9-11:15 a.m., the food pantry will open its doors on Thursday afternoons from 3:15-6 p.m.
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The United Methodist Church Food Pantry has served its community for 20 years out of the church’s basement, but now, the newly dubbed “Cassville Food Pantry” has moved to a bigger and brighter location in Cassville.
Janet Mills, Cassville Food Pantry director, said for 20 years, the food pantry has operated to the best of its ability, and now, there is more room to grow.
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