St. Josephs Food Pantry

St. Josephs Food Pantry

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FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, FAMILY (you don't have to be a client) you're invited to St Joseph's Food Pantry to pick up 1 FREE box of fresh produce (lettuce, tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, strawberries, oranges, apples, onions, sweet potatoes) without leaving your car. We will hand out extra boxes until they are gone tomorrow (TH 6/25) 10am-12noon at 206 Van Lennon (5th St & Van Lennon). Enter the east entrance, let the volunteer know you are there to pick up PRODUCE BOXES, you will be directed to the line on the right side in front of the pantry. Volunteers will load the boxes for you (PLEASE DON'T GET OUT OF YOUR CAR). Just pop the trunk or unlock back doors. Due to the COVID-19, we don't put boxes in the front seat.
Due to anticipated hot weather, St Joseph's Food Pantry will close at 12noon tomorrow 6/25. If you need groceries, please come between 10am-12noon. Pantry clients will receive a box of produce along with their weekly groceries. If you know anyone who would like a box of produce, we still have extra to hand out until there gone.
FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, FAMILY (you don't have to be a client) you're invited to St Joseph's Food Pantry to pick up FREE 1-3 boxes of fresh produce (fruit&vegetables) without leaving your car. Tomorrow (Tues 6/23) 10am-1pm at 206 Van Lennon (5th St & Van Lennon). Enter the east entrance, let the volunteer know you are there to pick up PRODUCE BOXES, you will be directed to the south garage door. Volunteers will load the boxes for you (PLEASE DON'T GET OUT OF YOUR CAR). Just pop the trunk or unlock back doors. Due to the COVID-19, we don't put boxes in the front seat. If you have questions or need additional information, call 275-0567 tomorrow between 8:30am-1pm.
FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, FAMILY (you don't have to be a client) you're invited to St Joseph's Food Pantry to pick up FREE 1-3 boxes of fresh produce (fruit&vegetables) without leaving your car. Tomorrow (Tues 6/23) 10am-1pm at 206 Van Lennon (5th St & Van Lennon). Enter the east entrance, let the volunteer know you are there to pick up PRODUCE BOXES, you will be directed to the south garage door. Volunteers will load the boxes for you (PLEASE DON'T GET OUT OF YOUR CAR). Just pop the trunk or unlock back doors. Due to the COVID-19, we don't put boxes in the front seat. If you have questions or need additional information, call 275-0567 tomorrow between 8:30am-1pm.
St Joseph's Food Pantry volunteers, clients & staff thank the anonymous person who mailed the pantry boxes & shipping tape. Thank you to everyone who is still donating food &/monetary donations. The Pantry is able to purchase food & fresh produce that we don't get a lot of to share with the clients. You are all blessed by this giving and helping during this Covid-19. Renee Gamino, Pantry Coordinator
St Joseph's Food Pantry volunteers, clients, & staff thank the anonymous person who shipped boxes & packing tape to the pantry from Lowe's. Also, thanks to individuals and groups who are still mailing or providing monetary & food donations. Even though client numbers have slowed down, these small donations help us purchase food/non-food items that we don't get from the WY Food Bank of the Rockies. Happy Summer!!!!
As June 19 approaches, here’s what you need to know about the holiday. What is Juneteenth? On June 19, 1865, Gen. Gordon Granger arrived with Union soldiers in Galveston, Texas, and announced to enslaved Africans Americans that the Civil War had ended and they were free — more than two years after President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. At the time Lincoln issued the proclamation, there were minimal Union troops in Texas to enforce it, according to Juneteenth.com. But with the surrender of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee two months earlier and the arrival of Granger’s troops, the Union forces were now strong enough to enforce the proclamation. The holiday, which gets its named from the combination of June and Nineteenth, is also known as Emancipation Day, Juneteenth Independence Day and Black Independence Day. “Juneteenth has always been particularly special for African Americans,” said Julian Hayter, a historian and an associate professor at the University of Richmond in Virginia. “It’s this critical inflection point in the Black freedom struggle.”
FREE… FRESH GRAPES…FRESH ORANGES will be available for the community tomorrow TH June 18, 10am-1pm, at St Joseph’s Food Pantry, 206 Van Lennon (5th street & Van Lennon). You don't have to be a client. Use our Drive Thru by entering the east entrance, let the volunteer know you are there for grapes &/oranges. You will follow the cars to the south entrance & they will load the items in the back of your trunk or back seat. If you have questions or need more information, please call 307-275-0567 between 10am-1pm.
I'm proud of my daughter Alisha Arias, 1st grade teacher at Henderson, shares in WY Tribune/Eagle 6/7 Sunday newspaper about how she taught her students, parents, & her own children about influential Black Americans including Rosa Parks to have a discussion about racism. She used her own story about growing up on the south side of Cheyenne, which is mostly Hispanic. Last week, Arias sent an open letter to parents encouraging them to “continue having the hard talks with these tiny scholars,” and providing resources to help them. This year alone, her students read youth-oriented books about an escaped enslaved man named Henry; Ruby Bridges, who was the first black child to integrate segregated schools in New Orleans; and Grace, a modern-day black school girl grappling with peer discrimination. Read more, click on link https://www.wyomingnews.com/news/in_our_schools/cheyenne-educators-share-how-they-talk-to-their-students-about-racism/article_3a27f736-e5c0-5330-acb1-e50d4ee519ed.html
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St Joseph's Food Pantry will be closed on Monday, February 17th for President's Day. The Pantry will re-open Tuesday, 2/18. We are open 10am - 1pm, at 206 Van Lennen. If your new, you will need a photo ID, proof of address, & meet income guidelines.
Empty egg cartons and plastic grocery bags are needed at the Food Pantry, 206 Van Lennen. Drop off between 10am-1pm, Monday-Thursday. Thank you

This is a food pantry feeding those who need assistance.

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[09/16/20]   When I wear a mask, I want you to know the following:
📷 I'm educated to know that I could be asymptomatic & still give you the virus.
📷 I don't "live in fear" of virus; I want to be part of the solution, not the problem.
📷 I don't feel the "government controls me". I feel I'm an adult contributing to the security in our society and I want to teach others the same.
📷 Wearing a mask doesn't make me weak, scared, stupid or even "controlled". It makes me responsible & shows I care.
St Josephs Food Pantry has free face masks. When u ck-in at Pantry, ask the volunteer for 1-3.

PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR NETWORKS: St Joseph’s Food Pantry Benefits from the DAY OF GIVING, DRIVE-THRU EVENT, DAY OF GIVING "TOGETHER WE CAN DO SO MUCH” FRIDAY, 9/25, 8:am–4:pm Kiwanis Community House, Lions Park. Event will observe current health guidelines. For more details visit cheyennedayofgiving.org or find us on Facebook

JO-ED PRODUCE has been a strong supporter of St Joseph's Food Pantry & they stepped it up even more by letting us store frozen pallets of meat & refrigerate produce boxes in the summer months. This allowed the Pantry to serve as the distribution site to 15 feeding programs to receive free Farmers Family Programs' pallets/boxes of meat & produce. At the beginning of Covid-19, Jo-eds was an important resource for affordable disposable gloves too. They were also an important resource for bulk buying since Covid-19 caused Sam's Club & Walmart to limit bulk purchasing of affordable bulk produce, meat, and food items. The Jo-ed staff is great to work with especially the owners Rocky & Pete. They continue to be a blessing to the Pantry and the community. Jo-eds Produce is located at 309 W 9th St., (307) 634-5885.

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St Joseph’s Food Pantry clients have been enjoying the wonderful fresh produce received through an anonymous contributor who purchased from Miller Farm at a discount price. Our community angels, Knights of Columbus Joe Prutney & other members volunteered their time to pick up the produce & delivered 5 truckloads to the Pantry for the last two weeks.

On August 15th, Cheyenne Kiwanis members helped distribute food boxes from the WY Food Bank of the Rockies mobile unit that was held at the Laramie County Community College. St Joseph’s Food Pantry thanks these wonderful individuals, Bob Gross, John Lynch, and John Rogersf, & other members not in the picture for helping in this very successful event.

The Pantry will be closed Monday, Sept 7 for Labor day. Come by Tues, Wed, TH from 10am-11:50am (temporary hours). Clients please pick up your groceries before 11:50. New clients please come early, bring photo ID & CURRENT proof of address (utility bill, rent receipt, medical bill). If you miss the closing deadline, come the next day. The Pantry is closed on Fridays with the exception of Senior Food boxes distributed the 3rd Friday of the month. If you have questions e-message, email: [email protected] or call 307-275-0567 between 10am-1pm.

TODAY ONLY TH Sept 3! FREE MEAT BOXES & PRODUCE BAGS. There will be a separate DRIVE THRU line (10am-11:50am) for community family, friends, neighbors to get these items. Let the ck-in volunteers know you are there to just pick up meat box (barbecue pork w/mozzarella cheese OR chicken-taco) and/or produce bag (chilis, corn, bell peppers, green beans, cucumburs, etc). St Joseph's Food Pantry exist because of your support this is just our way to say Thank You.

REMINDER: PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR FACEBOOK CONTACTS
St Joseph's Food Pantry Temporary 12noon Closing Time is still in effect until Sept 15th due to anticipated hot temperatures and not wanting to switch back & forth on the temporary closing time. The food pantry is open Monday-Thursday, 10am-12noon, 206 Van Lennon. Volunteers will begin closing at 11:50am, its important clients pick up their groceries before 12noon. Groceries will not be given out after 12. If you miss the closure time, you can come back the next day. For new clients, please bring photo ID and current proof of address (utility bill, rent receipt). If you pick up groceries on TH and miss the 12noon deadline, you can pick up groceries at St Christopher Episcopal Church Pantry on Friday, 8:30am-11am at 2602 Deming. If you have questions or need additional information, please email: [email protected]. Thank you for the understanding this need for a temporary closing.

St Joseph's Food Pantry New Closing Time Due to High Temps
St Joseph's Food Pantry announced a temporary 12noon closure will be in effect until hot temperatures discontinue. The Pantry needs to protect the volunteers from heat stroke or any other heat related issues. The food pantry is open Monday-Thursday, 10am-12noon, 206 Van Lennon. Volunteers will begin closing at 11:50am, its important clients pick up their groceries before 12noon. Groceries will not be given out after 12. If you miss the closure timeline, you can come the next day to pick up. For new clients, please bring photo ID and current proof of address (utility bill, rent receipt). If you pick up groceries on TH and miss the 12noon deadline, you can pick up groceries at St Christopher Episcopal Church Pantry on Friday, 8:30am-11am at 2602 Deming. If you have questions or need additional information, please call 307-275-0567 between 10am-1pm.

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Please submit the survey response AGAIN; one more action needed from you. Attached please find the link to the LCSD#1 survey about the triad representation that is up for proposal. Please complete the survey and email the board members listed in support of this action. Renee
From: LCSD1 Employee Info
Date: 8/24/20 9:09 AM (GMT-07:00)
Subject: Board of Trustees seeks public comment
The LCSD1 Board of Trustees is seeking public comment on a proposal to change membership of the board from seven members elected and serving at large to a combination of four at-large trustees and three representatives elected by three defined Areas of the district. At the end of the comment period, the Board will decide if the resolution should be amended, adopted or rejected.
Read the resolution on the LCSD1 Website (laramie1.org), under “News and Events.”
The public may submit comment by Sept. 15, 2020:
Complete a brief online survey by clicking on the following link:
https://fs10.formsite.com/laramie1/hszhgqmcnp/index.html The link is also available under the “News and Events” tab on the district website.
Send email to the superintendent’s office at [email protected]laramie1.org, [email protected], & Board chair [email protected].
The proposed Residence Areas must have about the same number of people, to comply with Wyoming statutes and the U.S. Constitution, as counted in the latest Census. Areas will be election districts and will include precincts as defined by the Wyoming Legislature next year, when 2020 Census numbers are reported. If this governance structure is approved, Area lines would be redrawn after every 10-year Census to ensure equal population. The U.S. Constitution guarantees equal rep (“one-person-one-vote”). The statute that applies W.S. 21-3-111 (b) and (c).
LCSD1 divides its 26 elementary and seven secondary schools into three “triads,” with about equal numbers of students in each. The newly drawn Areas would approximate the triads, but we should expect some deviation to assure equal total population. That is, an Area may be larger or smaller than a triad to meet requirements of the Constitution and statutes.
Thank you. Renee Gamino

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[08/19/20]   St Joseph's Food Pantry will close today (8/20) at 12noon due to the anticipated hot temperatures. This protects our volunteers from heat stroke or any other heat related issues. If you can't make it today before 12noon, please come Mon 10am-12pm, 206 Van Lennon. Thank you for understanding. If you are unable to wait until Monday, on Fridays St Christopher Episcopal Church Pantry, 2602 Deming Coordinator, provides food boxes from 8:30am-11am.

[08/18/20]   Tomorrow 8/19, LCCC Free Covid-19 Saliva test, Parking Lot L, 9am-3pm

St Joseph's Food Pantry will close at 12noon (8/24-27 due to the anticipated hot temperatures. This protects our volunteers from heat stroke or any other heat related issues. If you can't make it today before 12noon, please come back the next day, 10am-1pm, 206 Van Lennon. Thank you for understanding. Pantry Coordinator.

FREE FRESH SALAD! Your invited to come to St Joseph Food Pantry & pick up 1-2 containers of salad TODAY 8/18, 10am-12pm, 206 Van Lennon (5th St & Van Lennon). Use the Drive Thru process. There will ne a separate line for just picking up salad. Line up at the east entrance, volunteers will direct you, let them know u r there to just pick up 1 or 2 containers of salad.

TODAY 8/13/2020, 10AM-12:NOON FREE BOX OF PRODUCE: FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, SENIORS, RETIREES (you don't have to be a client) you're invited to St Joseph's Food Pantry to pick up 1 FREE box of fresh produce (lettuce, tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, blueberries, oranges, apples, onions, etc) without leaving your car. We will hand out extra boxes until they are gone TODAY (TH 8/13) 10am-12noon at 206 Van Lennon (5th St & Van Lennon). Enter the east entrance,volunteers will direct you to line up in the front of the pantry. Let the volunteer know you are there to pick up a PRODUCE BOX, Volunteers will load the box for you (PLEASE DON'T GET OUT OF YOUR CAR). Just pop the trunk or unlock back doors. Due to the COVID-19, we don't put boxes in the front seat. We can't put them in the back seat if there's a person there. Tx

[08/13/20]   TODAY 8/13/2020, 10AM-12:NOON FREE BOX OF PRODUCE: FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, SENIORS, RETIREES (you don't have to be a client) you're invited to St Joseph's Food Pantry to pick up 1 FREE box of fresh produce (lettuce, tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, blueberries, oranges, apples, onions, etc) without leaving your car. We will hand out extra boxes until they are gone TODAY (TH 8/13) 10am-12noon at 206 Van Lennon (5th St & Van Lennon). Enter the east entrance,volunteers will direct you to line up in the front of the pantry. Let the volunteer know you are there to pick up a PRODUCE BOX, Volunteers will load the box for you (PLEASE DON'T GET OUT OF YOUR CAR). Just pop the trunk or unlock back doors. Due to the COVID-19, we don't put boxes in the front seat. We can't put them in the back seat if there's a person there. Tx

[08/12/20]   WY Food Bank of the Rockies will be distributing food box from their mobile unit on Sat 8/15, 1-3pm, LCCC Lot A. This is available to anyone needing food especially students, low-income adults, families, seniors and the unemployed. It's a first come, first serve.

St Joseph's Food Pantry has been blessed with lots of meat boxes and will share them with the community. This is open to individuals, families, seniors, etc (you don't have to be a client member) who can get a box tomorrow Wed 8/12, 10am-1pm, 206 Van Lennon (5th St & Van Lennon). You will need to use the Drive Thru, let check-in volunteer know you are there to pick up a box of meat (barbecue sloppy joes; pork patties w/cheese&barbecue sauce; or chicken taco meat. PLEASE LINE UP ON THE EAST SIDE, LEFT SIDE OF THE FRONT PANTRY. IF ALREADY FULL, LINE UP BEHIND THE CARS THAT EXTENDS OUT NEXT TO THE PARKING CURB. TX

[08/05/20]   Produce boxes with vegetables & fruit are available for everyone at St Joseph's Food Pantry today (8/5) ONLY between 10am-1pm at 206 Van Lennon. You'll need to go thru DriveThru process. Let the check-in volunteer know u r just there for a produce box.

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Thanks to the community raising their voice and joining call after call telling the LCSD#1 Board of trustees that South Cheyenne deserves accurate representation, they have passed the resolution! While this is excellent news, the fight for equality and equity in Cheyenne is not over. Now the resolution has been put to a 45-day review, and we need all of you to submit a comment in favor of giving South Cheyenne true and equitable representation.
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Please send comments by email to the superintendent's office at [email protected] or [email protected] or the board chair [email protected]
Mail written comments to the superintendent at LCSD#1 Administration Building, 2810 House Ave., Cheyenne, WY, 82001. Please put a note on the envelope indicating it's a comment on the Resident Area Resolution.
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laramie1.org The LCSD1 Board of Trustees voted July 13, 2020, to approve the resolution below, which proposes to convert three of the at-large trustee seats to three residence areas, to be filled by election of residents of the three areas. Public comment is being collected until Sept. 15, 2020.

[07/29/20]   Thank you to Carter Brother's Construction for their monetary donation to the Pantry.

During Frontier Week July 20-23, St Joseph’s Food Pantry will be open EXCEPT WEDNESDAY, JULY 22.
The following rules will be in place that week to minimize transient traffic & other issues:
*New clients will not be checked-in that week.
*Clients can’t increase household numbers for guests.
*No extra items will given out that week.
*Only homeless clients in the system can receive food.
DUE TO COVID-19 INCREASED CASES, it is important that clients stay in their cars, have room in the trunk or back seat.
GROCERIES WILL NOT BE PUT IN THE FRONT SEAT. Thank you., Pantry Coordinator

[07/15/20]   Keep Fr Carl in your prayers. Hes recovering from a successful hip surgery

Thank you to Cheyenne's Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck & other local businesses that purchased Food for the Pantry thru YouGiveGoods drive.

[06/26/20]   Thank you to Lynn Buys Houses; Theresa @State Farm & anonymous donor who left 6 bags of non perishable food items.

[06/19/20]   As June 19 approaches, here’s what you need to know about the holiday.
What is Juneteenth?
On June 19, 1865, Gen. Gordon Granger arrived with Union soldiers in Galveston, Texas, and announced to enslaved Africans Americans that the Civil War had ended and they were free — more than two years after President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation.
At the time Lincoln issued the proclamation, there were minimal Union troops in Texas to enforce it, according to Juneteenth.com. But with the surrender of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee two months earlier and the arrival of Granger’s troops, the Union forces were now strong enough to enforce the proclamation.
The holiday, which gets its named from the combination of June and Nineteenth, is also known as Emancipation Day, Juneteenth Independence Day and Black Independence Day.
“Juneteenth has always been particularly special for African Americans,” said Julian Hayter, a historian and an associate professor at the University of Richmond in Virginia. “It’s this critical inflection point in the Black freedom struggle.”

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