The Pulaski County Human Services Food Pantry is doing fairly well after the Christmas holiday.
Officials there say that they continue to get donations and the community has been very generous. Several monetary donations have been given to the pantry for essential needs.
Donations are always accepted. Some items that are needed now include powdered milk, eggs, meat, tuna, soups, canned goods, and peanut butter and jelly. They also need items such as shampoos, laundry detergent, soaps, all sizes of diapers and toilet paper.
The Pulaski County Human Services Food Pantry serves approximately 150-200 families each month.