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June schedule for Food Bank of Northern Indiana's mobile food pantry

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Below are the Food Bank of Northern Indiana's mobile food pantry dates for June:

                       Tuesday, June 3
                       10 a.m. – Noon EDT
Osceola United Methodist Church
431 N. Beech Rd., Osceola (St. Joseph County)
 
Friday, June 6
9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
                        New Jerusalem Church of God in Christ
                        400 Meadowbrook Blvd., Kingsford Heights (LaPorte County)
 
                        Tuesday, June 10
                        10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                        Town Barn
                        408 S. Graceland Ave., Claypool (Kosciusko County)
 
                        Tuesday, June 10
                        10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                        Bristol Community Food Pantry
                        101 W. Vistula St., Bristol (Elkhart County)
 
                        Friday, June 13
                        9 a.m. – 11 a.m. CDT
                        High Praise Ministries
                        3901 N. 675 W, Michigan City (LaPorte County)
 
                        Tuesday, June 17
                        10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                        God’s Highway to Heaven
                        555 Weber St., Warsaw (Kosciusko County)
 
                        Friday, June 20
                        10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                        Enchanted Hills Community Center
9799 E. Excalibur Pl., Cromwell (Kosciusko County)
 
                        Tuesday, June 24
                        9 a.m. – 11a.m. CDT
                        Our Redeemer Lutheran Church
                        1600 S. Heaton St., Knox (Starke County)
                       
                        Friday, June 27
                        10 a.m. – Noon EDT
                        Argos United Methodist Church
                        570 N. Michigan St., Argos (Marshall County)
 
Please note:   Mobile food pantries in LaPorte and Starke Counties will now take place from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. CDT.

The mobile food pantries are first come, first served for those in need of food assistance, based on available product, while supplies last.  People must provide a valid photo ID (Indiana driver’s license or Indiana ID) and need to bring bags or boxes to transport their items home.  If weather conditions are adverse, there is a possibility that a mobile food pantry could be canceled
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