Cottonwood collects half ton of food for Jackson Cupboard

JACKSON, Wyo. — Amid all of the heavy and scary news these days, there are also stories of people doing their best.

Neighbors in the Cottonwood subdivision stepped up this week. A food drive held yesterday procured 1,017 pounds of food and supplies for the Jackson Cupboard.

Cottonwood residents placed bags and boxes of food on their front porches and in their driveways. A group of volunteers then picked everything up and delivered it to the Cupboard.

“We are thrilled to be able to help out community members during these trying times,” said Jason Snider, a neighborhood resident and volunteer.

Snider said Cottonwood residents were inspired by Rafter J residents, who hosted their own drive a couple of weeks ago. He hopes other neighborhoods follow suit.

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