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Helping food pantries

  • HEATHER BASCICK/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
    HEATHER BASCICK/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
Published April 08. 2013 05:06PM

Earlier this year, the Jim Thorpe Police Department hosted the annual Policeman's Ball in Jim Thorpe. The proceeds from the Policeman's Ball goes towards different organizations every year. This year, many of the proceeds went to local food pantries at Ebenezer Church, St. Joseph's Church, and Grace St. Paul's United Methodist Church. Each of the food pantries received two boxes of food and a check for $200. Representatives of the three food pantries met with members of JT Borough Council and the Policeman's Ball Committee to receive their donations. Left to right, Mayor Michael Sofranko; Council Member, Joanne Klitsch; Police Chief Joseph Schatz; Pastor Brad Leight of Grace St. Paul's; Pam Moore of Ebenezer; Council Vice President, Greg Strubinger of St. Joseph's; Council President, Betsy Ahner; and Jamie Solomon.

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