Main Street Ministries provides food, clothing, household

Posted 6/12/18

Main Street Ministries in Double Springs provides food, clothing, furniture and educational needs in Winston County, as well as acting as the county's Project SHARE administrator. The Walker Area Community Foundation (WACF) recently provided a $7,500 donation to help with the food effort.  The services and items, including counseling and GED classes (in conjunction with Wallace State Community College) are offered at no charge for those in need in Winston County. "The WACF is grateful to our donors that enable us to help our neighbors. Now if we had a fund dedicated solely to Winston County, think what we could do," WACF president Paul Kennedy said.  Shown are treasurer and board member Peggy Strawbridge,  Kennedy, director of operations and board member Jim Baird, and J.D. Snoddy, the director of the ministry and board president. 

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Main Street Ministries provides food, clothing, household