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Food Bank Closure Notice for September 20-23, 2022

Updated: Sep 12, 2022


Thank you for utilizing the Marysville Community Food Bank (MCFB). It is our pleasure to serve you, our neighbor in need since 1974. To continue our ability to serve, we occasionally must disrupt your service to perform maintenance on our facility. As you may have noticed, we do try to avoid impacting distribution days as we were able to get the painting of the building completed without impacting service. Unfortunately, our next project will require us to close the facility as we repair the main approach road to the Food Bank.

The road has deteriorated to the point where we must dig up a significant portion of the road and the process will take approximately 3-4 days. We tried to limit the impact on you, our clients and neighbors at St. Mary’s, Wellington, and Wishing Well apartments. The Food Bank will be closed, and the road will be closed beginning September 20th through the 22nd with a possibility of the project going over to September 23rd.

No Service will be provided on Tuesday, September 20th and Friday September 23rd.

To accommodate this inconvenience, we will be giving larger amounts of food for the week of September 12th through the 16th to help prepare you for the following week. We will also provide larger amounts of food on the week following the road repairs beginning Monday September 26th. We apologize for the inconvenience, but with a little prior planning, we hope the impact will be minimal.

All drop off donations will need to follow the signs during the road work project. We ask that you consider holding on to your donation till the week of September 26th.

Volunteers and residents of Wellington and Wishing Well who will need to access their homes or the Food Bank, during this time will be allowed to access through the private gate on the west side of St. Mary’s Church. This is a single lane pass through and caution must be taken as you navigate this gated area. We appreciate your attention and are working to make the least impact on you, our neighbor.


Jim Beaudoin

Executive Director

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