With many people being laid off as a result of the effects of Covid-19, the L-Life Food Pantry in Lebanon expects their requests for food to increase. Randy Neasby with the L-Life Pantry offers an update on their situation at the pantry.

Neasby said they expect to be hearing from more people soon….

He said they aren’t able to deliver to the homebound, but they are allowing family members and volunteers to take food to them. He does stress if you want to help L-Life Food Pantry, cash donations work best at this time; because it helps pay for utilities and, it allows them to purchase their food from suppliers at the cheapest price.