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Information from the CDC - Corona Virus


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Lawson Food Pantry

The pantry will be servicing their clients by appointment only 

Call 816-551-7566 to schedule your appointment – no online scheduling available

Must live in the Lawson School District

DO NOT COME WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT – OBSERVE SOCIAL DISTANCING

Donations will be accepted this Saturday, March 21, Noon to 5 and on the dates of pickups

Watch Facebook for revised pickup dates.

 

March 17 - There will be someone at the Food Pantry on Sat. 3/21 from 12pm to 5pm to accept donations. Thank you
March 16 - Ok Lawson friends you have always come through when we needed something. We are in need of donations. We had a really big turn out last week so we are running low. Also with school out kids are going to be home and need meals. We can use canned goods, canned meals like ravioli, spaghetti with hot dogs or meatballs, (something they can just open and eat, mac & cheese, we had a church donate 200 cans of soup but we will always take more, sugar, cooking oil, just think of things you use regular and we can use it. We are going to try to get meat to give out. If you want to help but don't want to shop we'll take money and shop for you. I will post later and let you know what day next week we will be at the pantry to accept donations. We will post here when we are having an extra pantry day for you to help get the word out. Thank you in advance I know Lawson will pull through.

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Missouri American Water

March 17 - As always, American Water is committed to providing clean, safe, reliable & affordable water. As the EPA announced, Americans can continue to use and drink water from their tap as usual. To stay on top of updates and to find answers to FAQs, click here: https://bit.ly/38MAoxZ

CORONAVIRUS: CONSUMER RESOURCE PAGE

March 16 - During these extraordinary times, the fresh produce industry remains committed to keeping fresh produce moving to millions of consumers across the United States and around the world. The fresh produce industry is truly an essential part of the public health infrastructure and remains committed to continuing to grow and bring food to consumers.