HAMA News Contributor
The Holden Area Ministerial Association (HAMA) met Feb. 1 with 10 members present.
The President, Tamera Mortenson, called the meeting to order and ask Dexter Snyder to open with prayer. The January minutes were approved. Travis Webb presented the financial reports and they were accepted. There were three gas vouchers and three utility vouchers issued in January.
The food pantry reported that there were 148 households served in January including 205 adults, 91 children, 83 seniors. There were 10 new families receiving food assistance. Members were ask for volunteers to serve in the food pantry on February 15 and 16.
For old business, David Mortenson reported on facilities matters and that repairs and purchases for needs were being taken care of. Also the new signs are up. He also asked for approval to purchase a new food cart.
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