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New awning will protect CACFP volunteers from worst of winter

  • CACFP volunteers Dave and Kathy Hustedde, Keith and Barb Kittell, and Bob and Pat Koenegstein, welcome the new awning.

    CACFP volunteers Dave and Kathy Hustedde, Keith and Barb Kittell, and Bob and Pat Koenegstein, welcome the new awning.
    Jim Beers photo

 
Herald Tribune staff report
updated: 1/13/2021 12:37 PM

Just in time for the cold, wet, potentially snowy and icy weather, the Chester Area Christian Food Pantry received a new protective awning.

The structure was added to the front walkway of the building to provide volunteers with a covered overhang and sides to guard against inclement weather.

During the hot months of summer the sides are removable. The completed project was made possible by creative, hardworking volunteers at the pantry.