Surplus food available at 10 county locations Residents need an ID to qualify

June 11, 1993|By Staff Report

Low-income Baltimore County residents will be able to obtain surplus government food at 10 locations beginning Tuesday.

The food includes peanut butter, applesauce, butter, canned pork, cornmeal, rice, beans, raisins and orange juice. To qualify, residents must have a surplus food identification card or proof of their family size and income. They must also live in the ZIP code assigned to each distribution point. For information, residents may call 887-5688.

* Tuesday, the Baltimore County Government Building at Wise Avenue and Merritt Boulevard, Dundalk.

* Wednesday, St. Luke's Church, 7517 North Point Road, Edgemere.

* Thursday, the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1707 Eastern Blvd., Essex.

* June 18, Victory Villa Community Center, 404 Compass Road, Middle River.

* June 21, Banneker Community Building, Main and Wesley avenues, Catonsville.

* June 22, the Parkville Recreation Center/Senior Center, 8601 Harford Road.

* June 23, St. Clements Church, Washington and Second avenues, Lansdowne.

* June 24, the Baltimore County Liberty Family Resource Center, Liberty Road and Brenbrook Drive, Randallstown.

* June 25, Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church, 10911 Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills, and Parkton American Legion Post 256, 19520 York Road.

The food will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis, starting at 8:30 a.m. at each site except at the Parkton American Legion post, where food will be available from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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