Letter to the editor: Angel Food Ministries
To the editor:
While serving families qualifying for Supplemental Education Services, i.e. free tutoring as required by No Child Left Behind legislation, in four school districts, I am being told by many of the families what is reverberating across our nation: Operators of free food banks are seeing more working people needing assistance.
As I mobilize and empower the families that I serve, I share with them the various resources available in their communities.
I would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone in Tonganoxie and neighboring communities an option for cost savings on groceries available in Tonganoxie -- Angel Food Ministries.
Cornerstone Family Worship at Sixth and Church streets is a host site. Angel Food Ministries is an opportunity to monthly purchase "restaurant quality" food at a tremendous cost savings; one regular order costs $28 and will fill a laundry basket with food.
There are no applications and no quantity limits. Payment is made when you place your order. Cash, Money Orders and Vision Cards are accepted.
Two order dates remain for Dec. 15 distribution: 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 29 and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 2.
The monthly menu is available by calling Cornerstone Family Worship at 369-2600 or by visiting angelfoodministries.com online.
With the rising costs of food, housing, utilities, health care and fuel everyone can benefit from a cost-savings blessing like Angel Food Ministries.
Perhaps you are participating in an "adopt-a-family" Christmas blessing; the order dates of Nov. 29 and Dec. 2 for the Dec. 15 Angel Food distribution makes it possible to further bless a family by providing them with an order of Angel Food.
Please contact Carlee Bunch, Angel Food director, at 369-2600 for further information or questions.
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