As you prepare for the hustle and bustle of the holidays, why not print this grocery list and keep it with you as a helpful reminder as you shop.
Have you picked up the wish list from the family you are sponsoring yet? Four Ways You Can Bring Christmas Home >>
Want to add some extra food items for the kids? Here in another list to click and print! Extra Food for the Kids: Christmas Basket Food Items >>
Suggested Menu Items:
Turkey or Ham
3-5 lbs of Potatoes & Onions
3-5 lb bag of Apples or
3-4 Canned Fruit
Gallon of Milk
Whole Wheat Bread, etc.
Pies, Cakes, Cookies
Ingredients for 1-2 Side Dishes:
Green Bean Casserole
(2 Cans Green Beans, 1 Can Cream of Mushroom, Milk, Dried Onions)
(1 Can Kernel Corn, 1 Can Cream Corn, 1 Jiffy Cornbread Mix, Sour Cream, Egg)
About Community Christmas Coalition
The Community Christmas Coalition (CCC) is made possible by the collaborative efforts of The Marshall County Neighborhood Center
, Plymouth Community School Corporation
, Leadership Marshall County
, Shop With A Cop
, Boys & Girls Club
, TritCommunity Christmas Coalition.
The CCC's mission to Bring Christmas Home to all Marshall County families.
Last year CCC impacted over 500 local families, by providing them with gifts and meals from their fellow neighbors. This year will be the third year that the CCC helps the local community during the Christmas season and appreciates all of the local support, donations and service of the community members and volunteers.
Contact: Marshall County Neighborhood Center www.marshallcountyneighborhoodcenter.com
402 W. Garro St. Plymouth / 574-936-3388
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We are pleased to announce the USDA Summer Food Service Program, a federal program that provides FREE meals and snacks to children when National School Lunch meals are not available is now available at schools throughout our county. This program is not based on family income; it is open and free to every child.
Although more schools may be participating in the Summer Food Service Program, details on the Argos Community School Corporation and Plymouth Community School Corporation are included below. Please contact the administration offices of the school nearest to you to learn if your local school is also participating and the hours of operation.
The Plymouth Community Schools is providing a FREE breakfast to any child in the school district age 18 and under at Lincoln Junior High from June 8th through August 3rd. Breakfast is served from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Riverside Intermediate School will also serve breakfast from July 18th to the 29th from 7:45 to 8:45.
Plymouth Schools are also providing lunch at Lincoln Jr. High through August 3rd. They will serve lunch from 11:30 to 1 p.m. Lunch will also be available at Riverside Intermediate School from July 18th through the 29th from 11 a.m. till noon.
The Argos Community Schools will be providing a FREE mid-morning snack to children 18 years of age or younger. The mid-morning snack will consist of milk or juice, along with a food item; such as, a granola bar, yogurt, fresh fruit, bosco sticks, etc. The snack will be provided during the elementary and junior high summer school session, August 1st – August 12th, Monday thru Friday, 10:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M., in the school cafeteria.
The summer school students will come to the cafeteria with their classes at 10:00 A.M. and will be served first. Other children, who wish to receive a mid-morning snack, may come to the cafeteria at 10:15 A.M. The snack will be served until 11:00 A.M. or until the last food item is served, whichever comes first.
Children, not in summer school, should enter through the front doors of the Argos High School building and proceed to the cafeteria. Children are asked to leave the building once they have finished with their snack. Parents can accompany their children, but adults cannot have the snack for free.