Drive-through for food

A drive-through pop-up food pantry was held in DeForest on Wednesday, June 24, and it served 78 families. Workers from a newly formed group called Mission Nutrition get ready to pack a vehicle with food in the Public Service Garage at 201 Commerce Street. The group, which is partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank of Southern Wisconsin and the Village of DeForest, is hoping to do more pop-up food pantries. Organizers say they had just the right amount of volunteers and food. Since many people asked, they say, donations can be made to Second Harvest.

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