Felix Fellenz dropping off donations lately at Gaia’s Pantry on Sage. Picture by Emily Schultz-Fellenz
By KIRSTEN LASKEY
Los Alamos Day by day Publish
The idea driving the Unitarian Church of Los Alamos’ Gaia’s Pantry is uncomplicated take what food stuff things are desired and depart meals that can be donated.
The pantry, named soon after the Greek goddess of nature, opened for small business this 7 days in the church parking lot, 1738 North Sage St., but the idea percolated in the minds of the congregation for some time.
Unitarian Church member Kokheong McNaughton mentioned she was launched to curbside meals pantries through a buddy who attends the Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church, which also maintains a foods pantry.
The strategy was brought up once again at the Unitarian Church’s most modern grounds committee’s yearly conference, she mentioned.
Unitarian Church member Jamie Civitello extra the church’s board