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Pantry Shelf Recognition Event

by Keely Krantz
January 18, 2018

January 16, 2018. Holliston Pantry Shelf held a Recognition event at its new location, 73 Charles Street, to thank all the businesses and individuals that donated services, materials, or made monetary donations to help make the recent Pantry move possible. More than 15 local businesses and individuals were recognized last night for their contributions.

In addition to the Holliston Pantry Shelf Board, many community leaders also attended the event. Pictured below, State Representative Carolyn Dykema presents a congratulatory grand re-opening certificate to Pantry Founder, Sylvia Stickney, Pantry President Steve Bradford, and Vice President Keely Krantz.

 

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I have been grateful for the food pantry many times in the past, for the food being delivered when I couldn't get there, for the smiles when I got there. Now with the new location, I can get there on the bus. The other location was an old building and I felt like I was going into a factory to get food. Now it is well lit with windows a nice fresh feeling AND I CAN GET THERE. Jean Morrissey

- jean morrissey | 1/18/18 8:38 AM

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