Surplus food being distributed to residents with low incomes

January 18, 1994|By Staff Report

Baltimore County's low-income residents can get surplus butter, peanut butter, orange juice, raisins, rice, cornmeal, beans and peas at 10 sites today through Jan. 28. Only county residents who can show proof of income will be given food. Food will be given out starting at 8:30 a.m. each day, except at the Parkton American Legion Post 256, 19520 York Road in Hereford, where distribution will be Jan. 28 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Other sites are:

* Today -- Baltimore County government building at Wise Avenue and Merritt Boulevard in Dundalk.

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

* Jan. 20 -- Knights of Columbus Hall, 1707 Eastern Blvd., Essex.

* Jan. 21 -- Victory Villa Community Center, 404 Compass Road, Chase.

* Jan. 24 -- Banneker Community Building, Main and Wesley avenues, Catonsville.

* Jan. 25 -- Hiss United Methodist Church, 8700 Harford Road, Parkville.

* Jan. 26 -- St. Clements Church, Washington and Second avenues, Lansdowne.

* Jan. 27 -- Baltimore County Liberty Family Resources Center, Liberty Road and Brenbrook Drive, Randallstown.

* Jan. 28 -- Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church, 10911 Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills.

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