The June Mobile Food Pantry is the second of the recurring event this year planned to take place on 11th June, 2016 between 10:00 am and 11:00 am. This periodic event is scheduled to be held at the Dodge County Fairgrounds offered by Dodge County Fair Association and located 3 miles eastwards from Beaver Dam.

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The food pantry is a non-profit making affair organized by Second Harvest Food Bank that operates within Southern Wisconsin jurisdiction, volunteers and the community around Wisconsin. Entrance to the June Mobile Food Pantry is on the High Point Road at the area slightly past Highway 33.

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The June Mobile Pantry is open for all needy community members and therefore all interested persons are highly encouraged to bring with them sufficient carriage materials such as bags, boxes, both personal and public vehicles or wagons and containers to effectively facilitate transportation of the food awarded to them. This event is open for all, and no pre-registration logistics have been put in place. Also, documents supporting your identity or area of residence are not required. Too much food is available and in variety, whose distribution is scheduled to take place at the shelter under the grandstand.

This event is expected to be carried out on every second Saturday within the month of June while the only registration required is taking place at 9:45 am and distribution beginning at 10:00 am.

Volunteers willing to lend a hand in distributing the great amounts of food in the event can check with Paul available just within the pantry, or via email at [email protected]

The Mobile Pantry Program is a very important approach in supplementing the little amount of food available to hunger-stroke families and individuals within Wisconsin, United States. Also, this event is a great distribution channel for Second Harvest Foodbank in availing both perishable and non-perishable and highly nutritious foods that include milk, bread to those in need thus the excess supply of these foods is perfectly disposed of.