Jenn Howe, center, and Jim Berry help Diane Roberts, far left, choose items at the Bread of Life Food Pantry at Vineyard Church of Mechanic Falls on Tuesday. Howe and Berry volunteer at the pantry on the second Tuesday. About 80 families from Mechanic Falls, Hebron and Minot are assisted monthly, volunteer DeeAnn Potter said. Ed Murphy, another volunteer, said, “I’m retired, so I don’t have an excuse to not come in and help.” Roberts said she and her husband, Thomas, come to the food pantry every month. “It sure helps out,” she said. “You never know what they are going to have. Like salmon steaks. I will never forget those. They were so good.” (Sun Journal photo by Daryn Slover)


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