African Food Distribution Expends to St. Paul
African Food Distribution will this weekend expend its food distribution to St. Paul the Mount Airy News has learned.
According to a release issued by the Community Relations Coordinator of the Emergency Foodshelf Network (EFN), Mr.Jackson K. George, Jr. the first distribution is scheduled for Saturday, March 20th from 12:00pm – 3:00pm.
Mr. George said his organization is pleased to announce to the West African Community that it has extended its African Food distribution to the St. Paul Area. He siad that the distribution is in partnership with United Friends in Christ and the Gethsemane Lutheran Church. Mr. George pointed out that as of now residents living in St. Paul do not have to drive to New Hope for the distribution. Subsequent distributions are scheduled for April 24th and May 15th from 12:00pm to 3:00pm
Mr. George said his organization is very excited to serve the needs of families in the St. Paul area.
However, the release said if any residents have any question or concerns they should feel free to contact Frances K. Joshua, President United Friends in Christ at 651-730-4238/763-656-9121 or or the Community Relations Coordinator of the Emergency Foodshelf Network (EFN).
Meanwhile the President of the Liberian Community in Saint Paul has expressed appreciation to Mr. Jackson George and his organization for finally extending its distribution to St.paul. Adding this the step in the right direction. He is urging residents of St. Paul to take advantage of this opportunity. He also extended appreciation to Mrs. Frances K. Joshua, President United Friends in Christ of St. Paul who also played some role in making this happened.
Community Relations Coordinator
Emergency Foodshelf Network
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