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The McNary High School
choir and Air Force Junior
Offi cer Reserve Training
assisted with a joint meeting
of the Rotary Club of Keizer
and the Keizer Chamber of
Commerce Thursday, Dec. 14.
The choir performed three
holiday-centered pieces and
AFJROTC cadets presented
the colors.
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NO INSURANCE
Emily Shannon Pauley, $285.
Estevan Hernandez, $500;
John Harlow Swalley, $500;
Stephanie Marie Williams, $260.
OTHER
NO PROOF OF INSURANCE
Leopoldo III Garcia, failure to
display registration plates, $200;
Loraine M. Martin de Hernandez,
truancy violation, $500; Benjamin
Corey Hanson, operation of vehi-
cle without required lights, $135;
Lucero Silva Lopez, unrenewed
registration and outdated infor-
mation on license, $80.
the incoming and outgoing
food, and making sure the
set-up and tear-down hap-
pens,” Johnson said.
Since its days as a mission-
ary project of one church, the
food bank has grown to en-
compass congregations from
fi ve churches: Clearlake Unit-
ed Methodist, Keizer Chris-
tian, John Knox Presbyterian,
and Faith Lutheran. The food
bank has also expanded ser-
vices opening its doors to cli-
ents twice a week, instead of
once. Part of Johnson’s job is
simply making sure all hands
are on deck when the doors
are open. And he could use
some extra hands.
“We need 10-12 to run ev-
ery session on Monday nights
and Thurssday mornings,”
Johnson said. “It would sure
be nice to have people come
and jump on the bandwagon
one day a month or one day
a week.”
In addition to helping
hand out food or assist clients
to their vehicles, volunteers
are also needed for food de-
liveries from the Marion-
Polk Food Share on Wednes-
days from noon to 2 p.m.
Those interested can con-
tact Johnson at 503-931-
7612.
The food bank offers sup-
plemental food boxes packed
with staples like bread and
canned meat as well as bulk
items likes beans and cere-
als. Contents of the box vary
from week to week depend-
ing on what is being donated
locally. While the boxes are
Leopoldo III Garcia, $500;
Benjamin Corey Hanson, $75;
Lucero Silva Lopez, $225.
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not intended to be the sole
source of food for clients, the
boxes might help a family get
through several days.
To help provide core foods
and extras that not every food
bank supplies, McCormack
has turned his focus to fi -
nancial contributions over
canned and boxed foods.
“If we get a can of soup,
we give away a can of soup.
If we get $1, we can make it
work three times,” McCor-
mack said.
Through a partnership
with the Marion Polk Food
Share, the food bank pays
about .30 cents on the dollar
for items bought in bulk.
The Keizer Community
Food Bank was also recently
approved for bulk purchases
through Dollar Tree. While
items still cost $1, it means
a bigger bang for those 100
pennies.
“We can buy a 62-ounce
container of laundry deter-
gent for a buck. We’ve also
purchased pet food in 16
ounce boxes that will get a
family through a few days,”
McCormack said. Such items
are rarely donated through
other means and can take
some of the stress off a strug-
gling family.
For more information
about the Keizer Communi-
ty Food Bank, connect with
their Facebook page.
December
Services
SUNDAY MORNINGS
9:00 AND 10:30
Sam Goesch CLU, Agent
Michele Christina Darr,
$1058; Estevan Hernandez,
$1058; Devan Prael Reid, $1,058;
Leopoldo III Garcia, $1058; John
Harlow Swalley, $1,058; Morean
Moeva Lanwi, $260; Benjamin
Corey Hanson, $487; Stephanie
Marie Williams, $487.
Sam Goesch
Ins Agcy Inc
3975 River Road North
Keizer, OR 97303
Bus: 503-393-6252 Web: SamGoesch.com
State Farm , Bloomington, IL
SPEEDING
Brooke Elaine Burrows, $175;
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5775 McLeod Ln, Keizer
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