Many in Need in Kentucky Receive Food

New England Branch volunteers in Terryville, CT loaded nearly 11,000 pounds of food, part of which were frozen and contained in three refrigerators and one freezer for recipient along with many boxes of aid and goods. The Appalachian shipment was delivered to Manna from Heaven, a local Mission that provides food, clothing, medical items and other needed supplies to families in need due to the shutdown of the coal industry. Pictured on the far left is New England’s new Branch Manager, Pastor Joel Kotila standing with the other volunteers as he blessed the shipment.

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