HAMA Meets For September, Pantry Is Holding Steady
Holden Area Ministerial Association
The Holden Area Ministerial Association (HAMA) had its first meeting after a summer break on Wednesday, Sept. 7.
There were six representatives in attendance. The president, Tamera Mortenson opened the meeting and asked Donna Chaney to give the opening prayer.
Minutes from the May meeting were then read and approved. Travis Webb was not present but provided a written financial report. After review it was accepted.
Greg Johnson reported the August food pantry count. HAMA served 187 households; included 291 adults, 156 children,89 seniors and 19 new families.
Harvesters food delivery is currently down, but the pantry is holding steady. HAMA has a Sam’s Club membership and…
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