Honda wraps up United Way Pantry Drive


Associates from the East Liberty Auto Plant delivered and sorted more than a ton of food and personal-needs items collected during Honda of America, Manufacturing’s first United Way Pantry Drive. A total of 2,400 pounds in donations will be used by families in need at Our Daily Bread in Bellefontaine. From left are Brandon Wickline of Our Daily Bread and HAM associates Carla Greene, Cassie Letner, Ginger Haynes, Sherry Roeth and Kristy Pearson. The Pantry Drive was a part of the Team Honda Week of Service. When combined with efforts from the Marysville Auto Plant and the Anna Engine Plant, HAM associates gave more than 10,000 pounds of needed pantry items.


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Associates from the East Liberty Auto Plant delivered and sorted more than a ton of food and personal-needs items collected during Honda of America, Manufacturing’s first United Way Pantry Drive. A total of 2,400 pounds in donations will be used by families in need at Our Daily Bread in Bellefontaine. From left are Brandon Wickline of Our Daily Bread and HAM associates Carla Greene, Cassie Letner, Ginger Haynes, Sherry Roeth and Kristy Pearson. The Pantry Drive was a part of the Team Honda Week of Service. When combined with efforts from the Marysville Auto Plant and the Anna Engine Plant, HAM associates gave more than 10,000 pounds of needed pantry items.

Associates from the East Liberty Auto Plant delivered and sorted more than a ton of food and personal-needs items collected during Honda of America, Manufacturing’s first United Way Pantry Drive. A total of 2,400 pounds in donations will be used by families in need at Our Daily Bread in Bellefontaine. From left are Brandon Wickline of Our Daily Bread and HAM associates Carla Greene, Cassie Letner, Ginger Haynes, Sherry Roeth and Kristy Pearson. The Pantry Drive was a part of the Team Honda Week of Service. When combined with efforts from the Marysville Auto Plant and the Anna Engine Plant, HAM associates gave more than 10,000 pounds of needed pantry items.
http://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2017/06/web1_Honda-Pantry-Drive.jpgAssociates from the East Liberty Auto Plant delivered and sorted more than a ton of food and personal-needs items collected during Honda of America, Manufacturing’s first United Way Pantry Drive. A total of 2,400 pounds in donations will be used by families in need at Our Daily Bread in Bellefontaine. From left are Brandon Wickline of Our Daily Bread and HAM associates Carla Greene, Cassie Letner, Ginger Haynes, Sherry Roeth and Kristy Pearson. The Pantry Drive was a part of the Team Honda Week of Service. When combined with efforts from the Marysville Auto Plant and the Anna Engine Plant, HAM associates gave more than 10,000 pounds of needed pantry items. Submitted photo