The results are in, and the Community Food Drive, which takes place annually on Halloween, reached its goal.
The food drive, organized by the Dixon’s Corners Community and Williamsburg Christian Reformed Churches collected $194.46 and 2910 items for the Dundas County Food Bank, which they delivered to the food bank’s Morrisburg location.
This number is similar to the amount collected last year.
Small groups went door to door, rather than trick or treating, collected food items.
This food drive has become one of the largest that the food bank relies on annually.
This was the 14th food drive by this group.