Voices from the Narrowsburg Food Pantry
Even though he is not crazy about his situation, Clark said one of the best things that has come from this experience is that he is spending time with his family, which he was unable to when he was working. “I keep trying to look at the good things,” he said. “You can get so damned depressed.” he added.
Open on Thursdays from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., the Narrowsburg
Ecumenical Food Pantry is always in need of basic food supplies like peanut butter, which is a popular item, jelly, canned vegetables, fruits and meats, dry cereal, pasta and pasta sauces, rice and rice mixes, soup and bottled juice.
For more information on donating or receiving food, contact Emily Grillo, pantry president, at 570/729-4038.