Published On: Wed, May 14th, 2014

Family Support Services says thanks for donations

Leslie Lossiah (right), Cherokee Family Support Services, poses with Cherokee Postmaster William Thayer in front of a truck loaded with food donations collected during the National Letter Carrier “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive held on Saturday, May 17.   (Photo courtesy of Leslie Lossiah)

Leslie Lossiah (right), Cherokee Family Support Services, poses with Cherokee Postmaster William Thayer in front of a truck loaded with food donations collected during the National Letter Carrier “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive held on Saturday, May 17. (Photo courtesy of Leslie Lossiah)

Family Support Services, a division of Public Health & Human Services, would like to extend our gratitude to William Thayer of the Cherokee Post Office, Food Lion and the people of the Cherokee Community for their generous donations to the Food Pantry. This is the second year the National Letter Carrier “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive has happened here on the reservation, and without the help of William Thayer, Food Lion and the Cherokee people, this could not have been such a huge success!

 

Submitted by,

Leslie Lossiah

Family Support Services

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