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The downtown FWB business helpers, lead by Laura Avery, are shown collecting 3,502 pounds of food for Sharing & Caring. The Zombie Walk was conducted on the Landing and was attended by over 1,000 people.
Brooks O'Hara from BancorpSouth (left) and Ron Porter from Sharing & Caring load a truck of donations for Sharing & Caring that were collected during the Bankers United collection drive in April and May.
The Mary Esther United Methodist Church Group is shown delivering food to Sharing & Caring, Fort Walton Beach. The food items were collected from various neighborhoods during a 30 Hour Famine in which the youth and their counselors went without food in dedication to those who are truly less fortunate.
Pictured (L to R) is Whit Heath, Director of Youth Ministries and Jimmy Whited from the First United Methodist Church of Fort Walton Beach Youth Ministry delivering food to Sharing & Caring Fort Walton Beach volunteers Frank Gray, Sarah Miller, Janet Sasso, and George Minnick. Food was collected as part of their 30 Hour Famine Ministry in which the group fasted and participated in service projects designed to make their young people aware of global needs.
Trinity United Methodist Church Youth Groups members Matt Hull (in bus) and Tommy Brassell are shown delivering food to Sharing & Caring Fort Walton Beach volunteers Robert Vandenberg, Frank Gray (yellow shirt), Joan Moe and Bet Sanders. The food was collected from various neighborhoods as part of their 30 Hour Famine in which the youth fasted and participated in work projects to help others.
Booker T. Washington Temple #862 and Indian Mound Elks Lodge #1205 are committed to making a difference in the local community. They have chosen Sharing & Caring, Fort Walton Beach to be one of their ongoing charity projects. Pictured are (left to right) Helena Wyche, Dgt Ruler; Mrs. Peggy Tillman, Sharing & Caring Pantry Volunteer; Sherman Braxton, Exalted Ruler; Christine Moody, Vice Dgt Ruler; and Christine Riggs, Asst Dgt Ruler.
Henry Fite, 8th grader at Liza Jackson Preparatory School, delivers cereal to Sharing & Caring-Ft. Walton Beach. The cereal drive was a community service learning project. George Minnick, Pantry Volunteer, accepts the donation for S&C.
Sharing & Caring Fort Walton Beach was the recipient of pantry items collected during the Fort Walton Beach Kiwanis Club's Food Drive. Mr. Marv McKinley (orange shirt) and Mr. Ed Lippincott (blue shirt) delivered the much-needed items to the pantry