Grace Willing Workers Extension Homemakers Club voted last July to bring non-perishable food items for the Transformation Food Pantry at Centennial Fellowship Church as its main community service project.

Grace Willing Workers Extension Homemakers Club voted last July to bring non-perishable food items for the Transformation Food Pantry at Centennial Fellowship Church as its main community service project.

Kaye Richardson was appointed chairman of the project, which would help fight the effects of hunger in the community. In keeping with the celebration of 100 years of Extension Homemakers, the club first decided to set its goal at 100 donated items. By October of last year, the club had already collected 110 items. A new goal was set for 500 donated items by June 30.

Richardson happily reported at the April meeting that the club has collected 433 items and expects to meet the goal soon.