USDA rules limit personal contact at pantry

The Kewaunee County Food Pantry remains ready to help families in need, though clients will not be allowed inside or to have personal contact with pantry volunteers.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued new rules late Thursday regarding such contact.  Pantry President Ken Marquardt says food supplies are in good shape while the distribution process has changed to comply with the USDA order.




In addition to the pantry, the thrift store is also closed and is not accepting donations of household goods until further notice.

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