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Empty Vessel Ministry to distribute care packages today in Koblerville

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THE Empty Vessel Ministry Foundation will again distribute care packages through its Covid-19 emergency food program.

EVM founder Rose Smith said they are expecting to distribute 200 care packages, each consisting of rice, canned goods and bottled water, today, Friday, starting at 8 a.m. at the basketball court of Koblerville Youth Center.

Smith said Rep. Edwin Propst will bring in more items for distribution, adding that the lawmaker has donated $2,000 in cash.

 Officers, staff members and volunteers of the Empty Vessel Ministry Foundation pose with the goods donated by various donors. EVM will distribute care packages today, Friday, in Koblerville. Contributed photo

“We are honored and blessed to partner with Rep. Edwin Propst and other donors in providing food to those who are hurting right now because of Covid,” Smith said.

She added that EVM is also thankful to the following for their support: Rep. Luis John Castro, Rep. Jose Ilo Itibus, Mobil Oil, Great Harvest and ABC Store.

EVM volunteers and staff members Elena Sutton, Emiliana Igisaiar and Subbaiah Murugesan said they also expect more volunteers to assist in preparing the care packages.

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