2017
two thousand seventeen
Twenty-Seventeen
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STORY & PHOTOS BY:  STEPHANIE KNARR


A steady flow of non-perishable food items lined the table at this year's Second Annual Fall Food Drive sponsored by the Williamson Central School PTSA and Studio 413 last Friday night.  Community members gathered with local Zumba® instructors for an invigorating exercise class full of sassy music and laughter!

During the fall, local food pantries often find that their supplies are quite low. Summer supplementation of produce gardens and fruit trees begin to dwindle and an increased need of non-perishable goods begin to arise.

Tammy McIntosh, Zumba® Instructor and member of the Williamson PTSA began hosting this event last year in an effort to contribute to an overwhelming need and great cause that directly affects members of her community.  The Fall Food Drive is a  free event and open to the public for participation in exchange for a donation of a food item.  This drive is an easy way to contribute to the community at a low economical cost.

The Williamson Come-Unity Center is a Christian based outreach center for people in need that may not be eligible in other community offered programs.  Donations are generally made by Breen's IGA, local residents, and other not-for profit agencies.

For more information on their food programs, you may contact them at (315) 589-8105.




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