ARM pantry gets a Bible-school boost

10:00 am | July 31, 2013

As the new school year draws closer, some Carter County families will be able to focus more on their children making
friends and good grades and less on whether they can provide them with lunch.

Bunker Hill youth group member Shelby Perry, 7, helped deliver food to Assistance & Resources Ministries.Her summer vacation Bible school class raised money to buy the supplies.

Bunker Hill youth group member Shelby Perry, 7, helped deliver food to Assistance & Resources Ministries.
Her summer vacation Bible school class raised money to buy the supplies.

Thanks to a crew of Bible school students.

Assistance & Resource Ministries received 23 boxes of food on Tuesday from children participating in Bunker Hill Christian Church’s week-long summer vacation Bible school.

During the June 9-14 Bible school, the children collected a daily offering, which was used to buy the food donation, said 7-year-old Shelby Perry, a member of Bunker Hill’s youth group.

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