MANNAFEST’S CANSTRUCTION PROGRAM A SUCCESS
Five local businesses have been recognized for their participation in MannaFest Food Pantry’s annual CanStruction contest. Through the contest, local businesses or civic groups use canned goods and other packaged food items to build interesting structures and help fill the shelves at the local food pantry. “MannaFest would like to thank the businesses who participated in our CanStruction project this year. Not only have visitors to these businesses been able to enjoy wonderful displays in their lobbies, but you can see by the pictures how much food is being donated to MannaFest to help fight hunger in Polk County,” MannaFest Executive Director Marilyn Wise said. “Linemen light up the world,” Sam Houston Electric Cooperative’s entry, was deemed the overall best display. Not only does it highlight hunger and Polk County, it also honors lineman Yancy Williams who passed away in October. The lineman scaling the pole in the display wears Yancy’s number 181. Courtesy photos
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