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Girl Scout Troop food drive aids Lowhill Pantry


Special to The Press

The Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania Troop 650 organized a food drive Nov. 6 to benefit the Lowhill Food Pantry.

Food was collected in the Lions Pavilion at the Northwestern Recreation Commission Community Park, Northwest Road and Route 309.

Beverly Kistler who runs the pantry, was there with the Troop leaders, Scouts and helpers.

The Girl Scouts collected a whopping 566 pounds of food.

PRESS PHOTOS BY BERNADETTE SUKLEY Girl Scouts from Troop 650 collected food Nov. 6 for the Lowhill Food Pantry. The Scouts are also students in first through fourth grades at Northwestern Lehigh and Weisenberg elementary schools and Circle of Seasons. Troop members include (back) Raelynn C., Norah S, Madelyn L., Addilyn M., Zadie F., Kara M., (middle) Clara K., Kaylynn K., Isla T., Cameron K., Brynn S., (front) Abi S., Audrey P., Elle S., Lily D., Ella Z., Makayla L., and Emily M.
Clara K., Kaylynn K. and Isla T. huddle close to a food drive collection cooler. Sitting in front are Audrey P., and Elle S..
Bev Kistler, who runs the Lowhill Food Pantry, was impressed with the amount of food collected. Leaders Lisa Zellner and Stacey Mahar, local Girl Scout alumna and food donor Bonnie Young, and Leaders Shannon Smedstad and Lindsey Kahl assisted at the food drive.