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Cooperative works to serve even better

Serving hundreds of people every weekday is no easy task, but the Door County Meals Cooperative continues to find ways to do it better. Monday marked the first day of a new distribution site and a new schedule for the organization since it began serving thousands of meals a week back in March. It now operates from 3 to 5 p.m. with many of the families in need picking up their meals before 4 p.m. It has also consolidated its meal sites in Fish Creek and Baileys Harbor to take place at the Gibraltar Fire Station to better serve residents in northern Door County. Chelsea Dahms from the Door County Meals Cooperative says they are ready for the long haul.

The Door County Meals Cooperative relies on monetary and business support to help it serve nearly 650 meals every day. A recent fish fry fundraiser collected over $5,000 in donations to support the organization’s mission of supporting the community’s less fortunate during the COVID-19 pandemic.



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