Home Depot donates to Milton Food Pantry
Due to the pandemic, the Milton Community Food Pantry has switched to single-use recyclable paper bags for its food distributions. The pantry had not previously budgeted for this cost. To assist the pantry, Home Depot in Rehoboth Beach has donated three cases of paper bags to be used for packing food.
Lindsey Fry, Rehoboth Beach Home Depot manager, presented the bags to the pantry as part of the retailer’s commitment to help serve the communities in which they operate. Home Depot operates on a set of core values that includes Respect for All People, Doing the Right Thing, and Giving Back.
The Milton Community Food Pantry team thanks the local Home Depot for this generous donation. Those in need of food assistance can call Delaware 211 or contact the pantry team at 302-278-9557 or email@example.com.
April 10 golf tourney to benefit Ronald McDonald House
The inaugural Four the Kids golf tournament will be held at 8 a.m., Saturday, April 10, at Mulligan’s Pointe Golf Club, 22426 Sussex Pines Road, Georgetown.
Cost is $100 per player and includes an 18-hole scramble and lunch. Proceeds will benefit Ronald McDonald House of Delaware. Several sponsorships are available, including individual holes, long drive, closest to the pin and others.
As part of the tournament, golfers will have the opportunity to raise more money for charity by taking throws at a dunk tank, where the last-place finisher of a local fantasy football league will sit.
For more information, contact Bryan Peden at bryanpedenPT@gmail.com.
Unitarian Universalists online service April 11
The Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware, will hold an online service a half-hour later than usual at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, April 11, on YouTube.
The Rev. Tracey Robinson-Harris of First Unitarian Church of Wilmington said this service celebrates Earth Day, the demands of climate justice and where to find hope. All are welcome to view this Sunday service on YouTube.
For more information about accessing the service, go to uussd.org.
Coastal Georgetown AAUW to meet April 15
Coastal Georgetown AAUW will meet at 11 a.m., Thursday, April 15, via Zoom. Gardening for Clean Water and Butterflies is the program. Featured speaker is Alice Mohrman, educational coordinator at Abbott's Mill Nature Center of the Delaware Nature Society in Milford. For more information, go to georgetown-de.aauw.net or email firstname.lastname@example.org.