Letters: Two Harbors food shelf thanks community
Two Harbors Area Food Shelf distributed over 121,600 pounds of food to 5,157 neighbors experiencing food crisis in 2016. As a nonprofit charitable business, our primary funding sources are grants and foundation awards, corporate and local organizations, and individual or memorial donations. An impressive 75 percent of our annual funds are raised right here, locally, in the Two Harbors area.
The most heartfelt "Thank You" to an amazing community, who continue to reach out in support. You make Two Harbors a stronger, healthier place for each one of us to work, play and live.
Thank you to:
Cooperative Light & Power; Minnesota Power; Lake County News-Chronicle; Moose-Cellaneous; Two Harbors High School girls and boys athletics; Northland Federal Credit Union; Super One Foods; Cornhole Tournament; Comfort Inn; Vanilla Bean; Sonju; Two Harbors Liquor Store; Voyageur Motel; KTWH radio; Emmanuel Lutheran Church; API; Two Harbors Curling Club; Lake County Master Gardeners; Bethlehem Lutheran Church; Senior Citizens Workshop; Two Harbors Federal Credit Union; United Church of Two Harbors; Arrowhead Transit; Lake Superior School District students, parents and staff; MedTronic; Holy Spirit; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers #242; Two Harbors Lions Club; Castle Danger Brewery; Knife River Lutheran Church; American Legion Post 109; IBEW Retirees Club #31 and #242; First Baptist; Krist Food Mart; Dixie's; Community Gardeners; Thrivent Life Insurance; Our Saviors Lutheran; Barross Cottages; The Lake Bank; Silver Creek Ladies Aide; Bassett Congregational Church; Camp House; AgStar; Shepherd of the Lake; Two Harbors Law Enforcement Center; Voyageur Snowmobile Club; Paul's Orchard; United Health Foundation; Louis's Place; Sterling Dance Studio; Silver Creek Early Learning Center; Two Harbors High School Class of 1996; Northshore School; Lake County Humane Society; Just Kids Dental; Stanley LaBounty; MN Chapter of Eastern Star Masonic Charities; Bob's Cabin; French River Church; Two Harbors Girl Scout Service Unit; AEOA; Northshore Journal; and the nearly 300 individual donors and 100 dedicated volunteers who provided 3,945 hours of service.