Bradford County Food Drive Success Honors Community Volunteers | Community


Bradford County, PA-Feeding the CHOP bus, a county-wide food drive, is being held to commemorate James Artieri. The goal of the food drive, which began September 1, is to fill the school bus with non-perishable food for Child Hanger Outreach Partners (CHOP).

Bill Snyder of Sayre coordinates volunteers to accept donations on a bus parked at Chandler Market at 448 N. Keystone Ave in Sayre from 9 am to 5 pm daily in September.

In addition to bus donations, Liz Terwilliger for Congress coordinates donation boxes across the county. Donations include Palmer Manufacture Homes Valley of Waverley, FWF Wellness, Guthrie Clinic’s Atrium, Horns True Value, Somes Bar and Grill, Friendship Star Quilt Shop, Choice 102, Sayre’s UTC Rail Car Repair, Yale’s Music You can do it with. Athens Boutique, IR FCU, Mad Haters Café and Coop.

The Athens and Sayre school districts are also participating. Outside the Valley, Milan’s Ad Graphics, E. Donations can be made to Mount Pisgah Wesleyan Church in Smithfield, Copper Tree Store in Troy and Western Alliance Emergency Services, Bradford County YMCA and Towanda’s Jones Diner, and Jones’ Store. Warren Center.

“I am overwhelmed by the flow of support,” Terwilliger said. In addition to bringing food, there were already financial and in-kind donations. Matthew and Anchorsen, Sayre’s Wal-Mart, RSH Track, and Willawana United Methodist Church all contributed. Rich Powell Design in Rome donates a bus banner.

“CHOP has provided the necessary support to Bradford County and so many families throughout the pandemic. They run a county-wide pop-up pantry and their “backpack program” is weekly. We will provide the school students with a bag of food to take home on Friday. Support for this player shows how much CHOP is valued and how much ever loved Jaymz Altieri by this community is loved.

“James was a Guthrie volunteer and helped deliver food to those who returned during the pandemic. September is James’ birth month. This drive is his memory. It’s perfect to stay there. Jaymz passed away suddenly in May.

If you would like to donate to feed the CHOP bath, bring the perishables to the bath or to one of the participating businesses above. If you would like to accept donations in your business, please contact Liz Terwilliger at 570-731-0822.

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Bradford County Food Drive Success Honors Community Volunteers | Community

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