ATLANTIC – The Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from the Atlantic items will likely be out amassing meals for his or her annual Scouting for Meals Drive this Saturday, April 10, from 9 a.m. to midday in Atlantic. Scouting For Meals is an annual neighborhood service mission to assist maintain the Atlantic Meals Pantry full with the intention to make a distinction within the lives of hungry households. People can place the non-perishable meals gadgets they wish to donate outdoors their entrance door on Saturday or look ahead to Scouts going door to door to gather meals or money donations.
Scouts will even be teaming up with the Pals of the Library Shred Day within the Atlantic library car parking zone throughout the identical time, the place Scouts will unload the supplies to be shredded, after which folks can drive ahead to drop off their non-perishable meals gadgets or money donations. People should not have to get out of their autos.
Any donation is appreciated for the meals pantry, however volunteers there do have a listing of ideas which might be wanted: cream of rooster soup, cream of mushroom soup, tomato soup, rooster noodle soup, rooster or beef ramen noodles, Hamburger Helper, cans of beef ravioli or SpaghettO’s, packages of prompt sides – reminiscent of pasta and sauce or potato, packing containers of cereal, Jiffy corn muffin combine, saltine crackers, canned fruit, bar soup, cans of tuna or rooster, macaroni and cheese, canned corn, inexperienced beans, peas, rest room paper, creamy peanut butter, fast oats (no milk wanted), full pancake and waffle combine (no milk), waffle syrup, spaghetti and pasta sauce, chili beans, diced tomatoes and cans of sloppy joes or Manwich. People are requested to not donate cake mixes.
The Scouts do their finest to cowl all areas of city, but when your own home is accidently missed you’ll be able to drop off your meals donation on the Atlantic Meals Pantry or name Dave Miller, Scoutmaster, at 243-3166 and somebody will likely be comfortable to cease by to select up your donation. “Thanks on your assist to assist these much less lucky!” Scout officers stated.