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Bernie Clarke, a dedicated volunteer at the Lake Placid Ecumenical Food Pantry, tirelessly manned the stuffing station of the Thanksgiving bag assembly line on Monday morning. The pantry, located at St. Agnes Church, saw over 275 bags of food distributed throughout the day due to the efforts of the volunteers.

Linda Young, the organizer of the event, expressed her gratitude to the community for their support and dedication in helping those less fortunate. The team’s hard work and determination were evident as they packed bags with care and precision.

The mission of providing food security to the community has been at the heart of the Lake Placid Ecumenical Food Pantry’s efforts. Volunteers like Bernie Clarke and Linda Young have played a crucial role in ensuring that families in need have access to a Thanksgiving meal and other resources during the holiday season. Their selflessness and generosity have made a significant impact on many lives in the Lake Placid area.

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