Salvation Army assists Pine Bluffs residents with food
March 10, 2022
March 2nd at the Pine Bluffs Senior Center the Cheyenne Salvation Army was giving food out to people that stopped by from 1 p.m. through 3 p.m.
The Salvation Army offers programs that are rooted in our passion to serve God by serving the lost, the vulnerable, the needy, the poor, the hurting, the helpless, and the hopeless. They have different programs to help people through rough times.
Donna Regan and John Gates had a van full of food for anyone that was in need. Gates has been in the Salvation Army for three and half years as a driver. Regan has belonged to the Salvation Army since she was six years old. The question to Regan which is one of the board members is why now. Regan replied, "We realize this part of Laramie County was never reached out to. The board feels the need is very strong in this area.”
Twice a month the Salvation Army will be at the Pine Bluffs Senior Center from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. A person fills out a very short informational paper. If the person cannot be there, another person can pick up the food for them. This is not only for Pine Bluffs but also for Albin, Carpenter, Egbert, Hillsdale and Burns. There is about $50 worth of food received by the applicant. They will be here next on March 16th but a person can check with the Pine Bluffs Senior Center to get a schedule
This is a great way for people that may be struggling to have a little extra food. A person should never go hungry. Please spread the word to help others.