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DMEA Helps Restock Freezer at Sharing Ministries

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Above: DMEA Board Members Bill Patterson (L) and Kyle Martinez (R) deliver 320lb of lamb and pork to Michelle Overmyer, Sharing Ministries Assistant Warehouse Manager. DMEA was able to donate the meat from the co-op’s livestock purchases at the 2015 Montrose County Fair 4H Livestock Sale.

Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) donated 320lb of pork and lamb to Sharing Ministries of Montrose. Each year DMEA supports the community by participating in the Montrose County Fair 4H Livestock Sale. This year, DMEA’s Board of Directors chose to extend the impact of the co-op’s auction purchase by donating the meat from the sale to the local food pantry. DMEA purchased two lambs and two hogs at this year’s auction.

About Sharing Ministries: Sharing Ministries is a non-profit, non-denominational, faith-based Food Bank in Montrose, Colorado. Their mission is to obtain food from various sources and distribute it at no cost to those in need in Montrose, as well as other communities on Colorado's Western Slope. Sharing Ministries was founded in 1996 and operates under the direction of an elected board of directors, who volunteer their time. Many people support Sharing Ministries by volunteering their time to support the daily operations of the Food Bank. Learn more or donate at  http://sharingministries.com.


 

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