WASHINGTON NOON ROTARY | CONTRIBUTED FOR THE HUNGRY: Debbie Adams, Eagle’s Wings interim director, is presented with a $1,000 donation from Washington Noon Rotary (WNR) by Pam Anderson, Smoke on the Water event coordinator, and Spencer Stanley, WNR President. The donation is one of several made to local charities resulting from WNR’s annual Smoke on the Water fundraising event. Eagle’s Wings, the area’s largest food bank, is able to purchase over 50 pounds of food for a $10 donation. They provide other provisions and services to those in need including counseling in money management and budget preparation as well as nutrition and food preparation instruction. Their goal is to not only provide food for those with an immediate need but to also help them to become healthy, independent and self-sufficient. Eagle’s Wings is located at 932 W. Third St., Washington. They’re open for client interviews and food pickup 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays only. They’re closed any fifth Tuesday in a month. To find out more about Eagle’s Wings and how you may help, access their website at www.eagles-wings.org or contact them at 252-975-1138.
WASHINGTON NOON ROTARY | CONTRIBUTED
FOR THE HUNGRY: Debbie Adams, Eagle’s Wings interim director, is presented with a $1,000 donation from Washington Noon Rotary (WNR) by Pam Anderson, Smoke on the Water event coordinator, and Spencer Stanley, WNR President. The donation is one of several made to local charities resulting from WNR’s annual Smoke on the Water fundraising event. Eagle’s Wings, the area’s largest food bank, is able to purchase over 50 pounds of food for a $10 donation. They provide other provisions and services to those in need including counseling in money management and budget preparation as well as nutrition and food preparation instruction. Their goal is to not only provide food for those with an immediate need but to also help them to become healthy, independent and self-sufficient. Eagle’s Wings is located at 932 W. Third St., Washington. They’re open for client interviews and food pickup 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays only. They’re closed any fifth Tuesday in a month. To find out more about Eagle’s Wings and how you may help, access their website at www.eagles-wings.org or contact them at 252-975-1138.

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