Lynchburg food pantry given a new home


The Because He Lives Food Pantry in Lynchburg held an open house on Saturday, Dec. 1 at its new location at 111 S. Main St. in Lynchburg. The property was donated to the pantry by the First Financial Bank and will be a great asset to the pantry for food distribution. “We are so grateful to First Financial Bank for their generosity and commitment to our community,” noted a pantry official. Pictured is Annie Efkeman, (left, center) representative from First Financial, officially presenting the deed to the property to the pantry director, Rich Crabtree.

The Because He Lives Food Pantry in Lynchburg held an open house on Saturday, Dec. 1 at its new location at 111 S. Main St. in Lynchburg. The property was donated to the pantry by the First Financial Bank and will be a great asset to the pantry for food distribution. “We are so grateful to First Financial Bank for their generosity and commitment to our community,” noted a pantry official. Pictured is Annie Efkeman, (left, center) representative from First Financial, officially presenting the deed to the property to the pantry director, Rich Crabtree.


The Because He Lives Food Pantry in Lynchburg held an open house on Saturday, Dec. 1 at its new location at 111 S. Main St. in Lynchburg. The property was donated to the pantry by the First Financial Bank and will be a great asset to the pantry for food distribution. “We are so grateful to First Financial Bank for their generosity and commitment to our community,” noted a pantry official. Pictured is Annie Efkeman, (left, center) representative from First Financial, officially presenting the deed to the property to the pantry director, Rich Crabtree.

The Because He Lives Food Pantry in Lynchburg held an open house on Saturday, Dec. 1 at its new location at 111 S. Main St. in Lynchburg. The property was donated to the pantry by the First Financial Bank and will be a great asset to the pantry for food distribution. “We are so grateful to First Financial Bank for their generosity and commitment to our community,” noted a pantry official. Pictured is Annie Efkeman, (left, center) representative from First Financial, officially presenting the deed to the property to the pantry director, Rich Crabtree.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/12/web1_Food-Pantry-pic.jpgThe Because He Lives Food Pantry in Lynchburg held an open house on Saturday, Dec. 1 at its new location at 111 S. Main St. in Lynchburg. The property was donated to the pantry by the First Financial Bank and will be a great asset to the pantry for food distribution. “We are so grateful to First Financial Bank for their generosity and commitment to our community,” noted a pantry official. Pictured is Annie Efkeman, (left, center) representative from First Financial, officially presenting the deed to the property to the pantry director, Rich Crabtree.