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Food Bank of Northern Indiana Mobile Food Pantry Schedule

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The Food Bank of Northern Indiana has announced its mobile food pantry schedule for the month of May.  Its purpose is to get out into the community and bring food directly to those in need.

The mobile food pantry is free of charge for people living in northern Indiana, and offers fresh perishable foods such as dairy, grains, produce, and protein, along with dry goods.

The mobile food pantry operates on a first come, first served basis.  Shoppers must bring with them a valid photo ID (Indiana driver's license or Indiana ID) and bags or boxes in which to carry their food home.  In cases where the weather is bad, the mobile food pantry may be canceled.

Here's the food bank's May mobile food pantry schedule:

                        Friday, May 2
                       10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                       
Osceola United Methodist Church
431 N. Beech Road, Osceola (St. Joseph County)
 
Tuesday, May 6
10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                        Burket United Methodist Church
                        102 Market Street, Burket  (Kosciusko County)
 
                        Friday, May 9
                        10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                        Gospel Hill
                        303 S. Jefferson, Silver Lake (Kosciusko County)
 
                        Tuesday, May 13
                        10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                        Combined Community Services
                        1195 Mariners Drive, Warsaw (Kosciusko County)
 
                        Tuesday, May 13
                        10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                        The Shepherd's Cove Food Pantry
                        1010 E. Mishawaka Road, Elkhart (Elkhart County)
 
Friday, May 16
                        10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                        Argos United Methodist Church
570 N. Michigan Street, Argos (Marshall County)
 
                        Tuesday, May 20
                        10 a.m. – Noon CDT
                        High Praise Ministries
                        3901 N. 675 W., Michigan City (LaPorte County)
                       
                        Friday, May 23
                        10 a.m. – Noon CDT
                        Our Redeemer Lutheran Church
                        1600 S. Heaton, Street, Knox (Starke County)
 
                        Tuesday, May 27
                        10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                        7th Day Adventist Church
                        156 N. Lombardy Drive, South Bend (St. Joseph County)
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