If you’re the type of person who saves their grocery shopping for the weekend, holding off for one week would go great lengths in helping a Starke County family in need.
On Saturday, March 9, many employees at the Knox Five Star will be wearing pink or grey shirts with purple ribbons in honor of their coworker, Wanda Gross, who has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Gross has been a cashier at Five Star for several years, and the employees are banding together in an effort to show their support for the family.
Also on Saturday, Five Star has announced that they will be donating two percent of the day’s sales to the Gross family. So, if your pantry is looking a bit scarce, save your shopping for Saturday, March 9, and a portion of your purchase – at no additional cost – will go toward the Gross family to help cover the often-overwhelming costs of cancer treatment.