Volunteers Donovan Fulkerson, left, and Chris LaDuca help during Harvest Ministries’ annual food drive in front of Walmart, Saturday. (Vanessa Kahin Photo)
It’s all about drive — to rid those in the area, especially children, of needless hunger; to show what a rallied community can do; and for believers to fulfill what they feel is asked of them.
It’s also Harvest Ministries’ annual food drive, one so significant and ambitious it attracted Mayor Del Jurney this year.
The food drive took place in front of Sam’s Club and Walmart, Friday and Saturday. Pastor Phil “Rubie” Rubinstein said the stores are major supporters of the food bank, which helps feed 40,000 people in Chaves, Eddy and Lincoln counties Login to read more