A group of Lone Tree alumni from Leadership Douglas County formed the Giving Tree Committee to unite a communitywide food drive, March 14. The …
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A group of Lone Tree alumni from Leadership Douglas County
formed the Giving Tree Committee to unite a communitywide food
drive, March 14. The donations will replenish the Douglas/Elbert
Task Force food bank, helping those in need during financially
“Foreclosures and job losses reach into each community in
Douglas County, and it could be happening to our next door
neighbor,” said Susan Squyer, project founder.
All of the churches and elementary schools in Lone Tree have
been invited to participate in the food drive from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
March 14, in the Lone Tree Safeway parking lot.
According to Squyer, the Task Force experiences a significant
drop after the holidays, and an increase in demand for:
Hearty foods, canned meat, tuna, fruit and vegetables
Rice, ramen, Hamburger Helper, cereal, granola bars, beans
Safeway grocery gift cards — $5 buys 23 pounds of groceries
Come out on March 14 and show your community support with your
personal donations. Team up with the Lone Tree City Council and
Board and Commission members while they are on hand to greet
residents at the collection point and help load the donation
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