YMCA holds food drive-thru Friday


Despite rain and a late start, Friday’s food giveaway drive-thru at the Highland County YMCA was well organized and well received. A spokesman directing traffic told The Times-Gazette he estimated there were nearly 100 cars in line at one point during the three-hour event. The event was coordinated with the help of the Freestore Foodbank in Cincinnati. Part of the line is shown in this picture at Liberty Park in Hillsboro.

Despite rain and a late start, Friday’s food giveaway drive-thru at the Highland County YMCA was well organized and well received. A spokesman directing traffic told The Times-Gazette he estimated there were nearly 100 cars in line at one point during the three-hour event. The event was coordinated with the help of the Freestore Foodbank in Cincinnati. Part of the line is shown in this picture at Liberty Park in Hillsboro.


Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette

Despite rain and a late start, Friday’s food giveaway drive-thru at the Highland County YMCA was well organized and well received. A spokesman directing traffic told The Times-Gazette he estimated there were nearly 100 cars in line at one point during the three-hour event. The event was coordinated with the help of the Freestore Foodbank in Cincinnati. Part of the line is shown in this picture at Liberty Park in Hillsboro.

Despite rain and a late start, Friday’s food giveaway drive-thru at the Highland County YMCA was well organized and well received. A spokesman directing traffic told The Times-Gazette he estimated there were nearly 100 cars in line at one point during the three-hour event. The event was coordinated with the help of the Freestore Foodbank in Cincinnati. Part of the line is shown in this picture at Liberty Park in Hillsboro.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2020/05/web1_YMCA-food-B.jpgDespite rain and a late start, Friday’s food giveaway drive-thru at the Highland County YMCA was well organized and well received. A spokesman directing traffic told The Times-Gazette he estimated there were nearly 100 cars in line at one point during the three-hour event. The event was coordinated with the help of the Freestore Foodbank in Cincinnati. Part of the line is shown in this picture at Liberty Park in Hillsboro. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette