Successful postal service community food drive

| 30 Sep 2011 | 09:45

The Warwick community has generously responded to postcards asking them to make donations of food to be collected and brought to Warwick’s food bank by postal workers. Officials said the result was huge, netting about three weeks of nonperishable food. The food bank at the Methodist Church on the corner of Route 17A and Forester Avenue assists town residents on a weekly basis. The donations were unloaded by church volunteers and Boy Scout Troop 45.