St Luke's Sports and Rehab donates to Salvation Army
ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
The St. Luke's Sports and Rehabilitation department of the St. Luke's Miners Memorial Hospital Center in Coaldale spent time helping the less fortunate by holding their 4th annual food drive to benefit the Tamaqua Salvation Army Food Pantry and Lansford Shepherd House Food Pantry. The food donation will benefit families in Carbon and Schuylkill counties through the Tamaqua Salvation Army and Lansford Food Pantry and benefit families in Monroe County through Christ the King Food Pantry. Hundreds of food donations were collected at a number of on-site and off-site locations. Pictured with a portion of donations collected are, from left, Betty Pearson, 18-year volunteer with the Lansford Food Pantry, Richard Willing, 5-year volunteer with the Lansford Food Pantry, Tamaqua Salvation Army Major Sharon Whispell, St Luke's Miners Memorial Medical Center President William "Bill" Moyer, and Leeann Phillips MS OTR/L, Director of the Sports and Rehabilitation Department.