Lake City BoyScout Works Toward World Record Food Drive
He's going for the world record. And it's all for a cause a Lake City teen truly believes in: feeding the hungry.
Jeremy Barwick's quest to collect almost 560,000 pounds of food in 24 hours will bring a community together.
Jeremy says the two biggest needs are for corporate partnerships and a fork lift.
To get involved contact Jeremy at firstname.lastname@example.org or on facebook at Eagle Project-Food Drive-World Record Attempt.
Donations can be mailed to First Presbyterian Church (608 West Duval Street Lake City, FL 32055) Checks should be made out to Troop 85, with "Jeremy Barwick Eagle Project" in the memo line.
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