Members of the Keystone Community Church delivered Easter baskets and food to 26 families on April 1.
The food boxes contained dairy, meat, bread from Publix, fruit, veggies and nonperishable items.
The Easter baskets were made by the church’s women’s group, along with Emma Wasson, a volunteer’s granddaughter.
The church, which is on State Road 54 just west of the U.S. 41 intersection, in Lutz, will continue to distribute to families and individuals in need, as often as possible, according to information provided by Lisa Kamps, of the KCC Second Serving outreach ministry.
The church reaches out to the local community providing food to those in need, according to its website. People the church serves range from single seniors to young families with children. Because the church is a Feeding Tampa Bay agency, it can purchase frozen foods and other items at a low cost. It also collects nonperishable food from our members and friends to round out what it distributes. Also, it also prepares food for the homeless.
Published April 08, 2020
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