Boy Scout Troop 160 project aids St. Francis Client Choice Food Pantry

For Abington Journal | April 10th, 2017 7:36 pm

CLARKS SUMMIT — Brandon Kelleher, a member of Boy Scout Troop 160, Clarks Summit United Methodist Church, is working towardshis Eagle badge and recently organized a food drive, in which he collected healthy choice foods for the St. Francis Client Choice Food Pantry in Scranton. The food was then delivered to the pantry by members of Troop 160 and a new “Healthier Choice” section of foods was created at the pantry.

For information about volunteer opportunities with the St. Francis of Assisi Kitchen or its donation needs, call 570-342-5556.

Members of Boy Scout Troop 160, Clarks Summit deliver food to the St. Francis Client Choice Food Pantry in Scranton. From left, Matthew Kelleher; Heath Van Sickle, adult Scout leader; Kyle Kostiak; Brandon Kelleher; Chance Van Sickle; Tim Christman; Christopher Kelleher and Chris Kelleher, adult Scout leader.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_ABJ-Food-Drive-1.jpgMembers of Boy Scout Troop 160, Clarks Summit deliver food to the St. Francis Client Choice Food Pantry in Scranton. From left, Matthew Kelleher; Heath Van Sickle, adult Scout leader; Kyle Kostiak; Brandon Kelleher; Chance Van Sickle; Tim Christman; Christopher Kelleher and Chris Kelleher, adult Scout leader. Submitted photos
From left, Brandon Kelleher and Monsignor Joseph P. Kelly, director of St. Francis of Assisi Kitchen pose for a photo in the new ‘Healthier Choice’ section of the St. Francis Client Choice Food Pantry, which Kelleher, with the help of his fellow Boy Scouts from Troop 160, recently stocked.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_ABJ-Food-Drive-2.jpgFrom left, Brandon Kelleher and Monsignor Joseph P. Kelly, director of St. Francis of Assisi Kitchen pose for a photo in the new ‘Healthier Choice’ section of the St. Francis Client Choice Food Pantry, which Kelleher, with the help of his fellow Boy Scouts from Troop 160, recently stocked. Submitted photos

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