Esther Marcum, left, and Connie Rouse tried to decipher the expiration date on a can of baby formula. Volunteers also do   precautionary checks such as making sure no one has taken a finger full of peanut butter from what is supposed to be a new jar.
Esther Marcum, left, and Connie Rouse tried to decipher the expiration date on a can of baby formula. Volunteers also do precautionary checks such as making sure no one has taken a finger full of peanut butter from what is supposed to be a new jar. Photos by Mary Meehan
Esther Marcum, left, and Connie Rouse tried to decipher the expiration date on a can of baby formula. Volunteers also do precautionary checks such as making sure no one has taken a finger full of peanut butter from what is supposed to be a new jar. Photos by Mary Meehan

Volunteers from St. Luke gather weekly to organize, box donations to God's Pantry

November 17, 2010 12:00 AM

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