BARS Donates Hams to 50 Families in Need on Cape Cod
BARS Helps Needy of Our Community with Donation to the Council of Churches Hands of Hope
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Barnstable, Massachusetts, March 21, 2016 — The Barnstable Association for Recreational Shellfishing, Inc, a leading non-profit protector of shellfish habitat and the environment is giving back to the community with a donation of fifty (50) hams for the Easter holiday to the Council of Churches Hands of Hope for distribution to families in need in Harwich.
“I can only imagine how our Hands of Hope clients will respond…” said Edye Nesmith of Hands of Hope.
Norman Wilson, BARS President, stated that “he is proud our organization in some small way can brighten the holidays for some families.”
BARS is a Massachusetts Charitable corporation dedicated to the preservation, protection and propagation of shellfish in Barnstable County.
The Barnstable Association for Recreational Shellfishing, Inc. (BARS) Contact — Ron Glantz 508-454-7709 email@example.com
Top photo with pickup full of hams from left to right: Rick Ryan, BARS board member, Ralph Krau, BARS board member, Ron Glantz, BARS board member and President Emeritus
2nd photo Ralph Krau, and Ron Glantz in front of refrigerator with delivered hams
Bottom photo: Ralph Krau, Ron Glantz, and Cheryl Quast, Administrative Assistant, Cape Cod Council of Churches
Photos by Edye Nasmith
An article about this was published in the Barnstable Patriot.