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Tuesday, 13 November 2018 22:06

VA Collision Center Owner, Signs Designer Provide New Signs for Food Pantry

Written by Staff, The Gazette-Virginian
Betsy Anderson, food pantry director; David Epps, Epps Collision Center owner; David Lawson, food pantry chairman; and Wayne Rickman, pastor Betsy Anderson, food pantry director; David Epps, Epps Collision Center owner; David Lawson, food pantry chairman; and Wayne Rickman, pastor Submitted photo

When the Jane Jones Food Pantry first began operating in 2009, it did so without any signage showing residents the location of the food assistance program.

 

It was only through word-of-mouth that the community came to know that the Jane Jones Food Pantry, located at Main Street United Methodist Church in South Boston, VA, offered monthly food distribution to address the chronic hunger in Halifax County.

 

But now that has changed, thanks to David and Jennifer Epps.

 

The Jane Jones Food Pantry now has new signs identifying the location of the food pantry.

 

“We are most appreciative of their kind donation showing their community support for those in need,” said Food Pantry Director Betsy Anderson.

 

David owns and operates Epps Collision Center, where cars are transformed from damaged to new using the latest technology for repairing and painting vehicles.

 

Jennifer, Superior Signs designer, operator and business manager, assists with sign designs and production, resulting in professional signs that are located throughout the community.

 

We thank The Gazette-Virginian for reprint permission.

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