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Pantry Wish List for March

by Jackie Dellicker
March 19, 2011

Pantry Wish List for March

Donating to the Pantry Shelf is as easy as leaving requested items in your mailbox.

Pantry Shelf March wish list

Canned Chicken/turkey

Canned pears/peaches

Canned ravioli/beefaroni

Canned corn/green beans

Canned tomatoes

Pasta Sauce

Paper towels/napkins

Toilet Paper


Regular Coffee

Laundry Detergent

Snacks for lunches


Juice Boxes



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