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Evolutions Food Drive Benefits Community Pantry

Jan 29, 2018 05:15AM ● By Bill Gilman

Pictured are Brian Leveille, Evolutions owner/trainer and Robin Kavanaugh, trainer, who spearheaded the effort and are shown sorting the donated food before delivery to the Pantry.

(Editor's note: The following information was submitted by the Tewksbury Community Food Pantry.)

Tewksbury fitness training center, Evolutions, held a food drive to benefit the Tewksbury Community Pantry over the New Year season and turn of the calendar into 2018.
The drive coincided with clients’ New Year resolutions and efforts to lose weight and get in shape. 
Pictured are Brian Leveille, owner/trainer and Robin Kavanaugh, trainer, who spearheaded the effort and are shown sorting the donated food before delivery to the Pantry. 
Brian said, “I’ve seen a lot of information recently about people struggling to make ends meet and the number of those in town who need help so I thought we’d encourage our clients to help improve the lives of those less fortunate while improving their own lives here through good nutrition and exercise.” Todd Johnson, a Pantry director and Evolutions client noted that the Pantry usually sees supplies dwindle after the busy holidays, but sadly the need isn’t a seasonal issue. It requires twelve months of community support so this donation is very timely at the start of the year.” 
For more information about the Tewksbury Community Pantry and ways to donate visit www.tewksburypantry.org

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