Vance County Center Donates Food/Toiletries

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March 27-31, 2023 marked the 37th annual Small Farms Week Celebration, presented by Cooperative Extension at North Carolina Agriculture and Technical University (NC A&T). This is an annual statewide event that recognizes the contributions of small farmers in all of our counties.

The North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Vance County Center is hosted a food and toiletry drive until March 24, 2023, in honor of our local farmers in conjunction with Small Farms Week (March 27–31, 2023).

Vance County Center Food Drive
Natasha Kearney, EFNEP Educator and Wayne Rowland, Small Farms Technician assisted with the campaign and delivered  99 and 1/2 pounds of food that was collected through the food drive to ACTS (Area Christians Together in Service). Lee Ann Peoples, Executive Director for ACTS was on hand to take the delivery of the food.

For more information, please call 252-438-8188 or contact Wayne Rowland at dwrowland@ncat.edu or Nitasha Kearney, EFNEP Educator at ndkearney@ncat.edu.

Thank you for donating to those in hunger in Vance County.