Food-A-Bago For Broome County C.H.O.W. Day Five Update
Wow, what a difference a day makes!
from experience of past years, we’ve known that people are busy during the week, and while they would like to donate food to our annual food drive for Broome County C.H.O.W., time isn’t usually in many peoples favor.
But come Friday and the weekend, it’s a whole world of difference!
Friday brought lots of generous people out to our camper in the parking lot of MaineSource Food and Party Warehouse on Upper Front Street Binghamton, and while there’s still plenty of room to fill with non-perishable foods, the floor area we can walk on is much smaller, the counter spaces are filling up, and we’re now beginning to place food in the cabinets.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by!
Now we have Saturday, Sunday and Monday Morning to make that final push, so if you can spare a moment or two, stop by and drop off non-perishable food, even if it’s just one item.
We have radio personalities from The Whale and our sister radio stations in the Jim’s RV camper all day Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 8pm, and if you’re in a rush, just place your donation for Broome County C.H.O.W in the barrels next to the camper.
In case you can’t make it there, we also have C.H.O.W. barrels at Warner’s Gas Service on Old Vestal road, Vestal and Conklin Road, Conklin and at Tall Pine Farms, Stoves and Fireplaces on Route 167 in Kingsley, PA.
Thanks and hope to see you this weekend!