An Update from SMCC Executive Director Trish Payne:
Dear Neighbors and Friends:
The Covid19 pandemic may seem to be losing the urgent need for taking precautions and people needing help, but that is far from true!
People still need food to eat, pantries still need donations of food and funding, health workers still need supplies, and we all need each other.
Please help where you can. Drop a friendly note to a neighbor, leave flowers on a seniors front porch, check to see if anyone needs groceries or a prescription pick-up, there are lots of things we can do if we use safety precautions. It could mean the world to someone isolated or unable to leave their homes. Helping does a lot for you too!
SMCC is still offering free take-out meals on Monday from 5 - 7. Wednesday from 3 - 5, and Friday from 11 - 3.
Call 410-745-6073 if you are unable to pick up and need a delivery. Groceries are available on Monday and Friday.
The Community Center also has an outdoor pantry in case of emergency, or you can leave a message if you need any other help.
You can also click here for a list of all available food resources in Talbot County.
Thank you for continuing to be a part of the heart of our community through your support of SMCC. You make a difference.
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