We started out June with a lot of fun at the pantry. The weather was perfect and everyone was in good spirits. 15 volunteers provided food for 59 families. We had received extra donations from the auction house and beautiful produce from David and Linda Paul. On Saturday we provided food for two additional families. Well over 138 people benefited this week-end.
God continues to provide us with an abundance of food and a way to serve Him.
Update!!! The pre-registration deadline has been extended to April 18, 2014. This will still guarantee you a t-shirt and goodie bag.
9:00 a.m. on Saturday May 3, 2014
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. that morning for all who are not pre-registered.
Pre-registration guarantees you a t-shirt and a goodie bag.
Rockahock Campgrounds at 1428 Outpost Road in Lanexa, VA has cut a partially wooded trail just for this one of a kind run! Walkers are welcome!
All proceeds will benefit the missions of Proclaiming Grace Outreach.
Update regarding those wonderful Girl Scouts from Stone House that donated over 2000 pounds of food to the Proclaiming Grace Outreach food pantry. These are the troops that deserve the thanks…GS Daisy Troops 1347 and 1409, GS Brownie Troops 1382 and 1554, GS Junior Troop 4117, and GS Cadette Troop 1538. These girls are to be applauded! Thanks girls and parents! What a difference you are making in your community.
February has started off in a super way for PGO! First, the Thrift Spot had an
exceptional day with more volunteers than normal (in addition to our wonderful regular ladies, this includes boys and men of all ages giving a few hours of their time to help with the setup and take down). Our first service project of 2014 was completed today and the Girl Scout troops of Stone House brought 244 bags of food to our pantry. That’s 2271 pounds of food! The blessings continue to flow.
December was an excellent month for PGO’s food pantry. In addition to the food from the Central Virginia Food Bank, both cash and food was donated by individuals, churches and companies from the Barhamsville community. Our community’s support enabled us to provide food for ninety three families with fifty five of those families receiving food on both of our opening days. Over thirty different people served as volunteers as four bags of groceries were provided for each family each time the pantry was open. Truly, God is blessing this work. We at PGO would like to express our sincere gratitude to all our volunteers and the fine work they have done this year. A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all.