Dear Editor: The Rangely Food bank would like to thank all the people for their help last year with food donations, cash donations and help getting moved from the small room at Living Water Assembly to the large room in the back of the church.
Dear Editor: The Rangely Food Bank can accept no donations except for food items.
Rangely Food Bank president Darlene Fellers and volunteer Linda Bovee were presented with a check for $1,100 and several boxes of food from Doug Johnson, vice president of Adolfson & Peterson, the general contractor for the new Rangely District Hospital, with RDH CEO Nick Goshe. Johnson said his company raises
RANGELY I For the fifth time since the start of the economic downturn, El Pomar Foundation is distributing emergency funds to Colorado nonprofit organizations helping those who continue to struggle meeting basic needs.
Dear Editor: We would like to thank all the people who have donated food and toiletries to the Rangely Food Bank. A special thanks to White River Market for their weekly help.
Since my last letter, the Rangely Food Bank has received two refrigerators from Byrne Equipment Sales of Craig and Albert Knoblock of Rangely. The Catholic Church has bought us a new upright freezer. We have received several food and toiletries donations and a cash donation of $100. Sales of peanut M&M’s amounted to $80.