Kentucky Department of Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles, middle, watched as God's Pantry warehouse manager Avery Long, right, moved pallets of donated food onto the scales at God's Pantry Food Bank 1685 Jaggie Fox Way in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, December 28, 2016. Commissioner Ryan Quarles and Kentucky Department of Agriculture staff delivered over 3,232 pounds of foods donated by KDA employees during a department-wide food drive in December. The food drive was an extension of the Hunger Initiative that Commissioner Quarles launched in June to look for ways to reduce food insecurity in Kentucky.
Kentucky Department of Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles, middle, watched as God's Pantry warehouse manager Avery Long, right, moved pallets of donated food onto the scales at God's Pantry Food Bank 1685 Jaggie Fox Way in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, December 28, 2016. Commissioner Ryan Quarles and Kentucky Department of Agriculture staff delivered over 3,232 pounds of foods donated by KDA employees during a department-wide food drive in December. The food drive was an extension of the Hunger Initiative that Commissioner Quarles launched in June to look for ways to reduce food insecurity in Kentucky. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Kentucky Department of Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles, middle, watched as God's Pantry warehouse manager Avery Long, right, moved pallets of donated food onto the scales at God's Pantry Food Bank 1685 Jaggie Fox Way in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, December 28, 2016. Commissioner Ryan Quarles and Kentucky Department of Agriculture staff delivered over 3,232 pounds of foods donated by KDA employees during a department-wide food drive in December. The food drive was an extension of the Hunger Initiative that Commissioner Quarles launched in June to look for ways to reduce food insecurity in Kentucky. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Kentucky Department of Agriculture delivers 3,232 pounds of food to God’s Pantry

December 28, 2016 05:10 PM

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