Center Harbor food pantry in need of donations
Pastor Bob Farah stands in the Center Harbor Food Pantry, which serves people from Belknap, Carroll and Grafton counties. (Courtesy)
He says the shelves are almost empty at the Center Harbor Food Pantry, which serves more than 371 families in Belknap, Carroll and Grafton counties.
Food is gathered from Hannaford’s, Boy Scouts, three schools, Moulton’s Farm, individuals and the government.
Anyone wishing to donate can call 253-8008 or drop off food and/or donations to the pantry, located at 80 Bean Road, Center Harbor.
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