SHEM negotiating pandemic, needs volunteers, representatives say


December 15, 2021

Scott Swanson

Bethanie Young, center, describes SHEM's activities to the Sweet Home Rotary Club as Club President Jeff Lynn, right, and guest Ramil Malabago listen.

Sweet Home Emergency Ministries continues to be actively involved in assisting the community's needy residents despite complications from the pandemic, representatives of the organization told Rotary Club members Tuesday, Dec. 7. 

Pantry Manager Cindy Rice, who has been with the organization for 35 years, and volunteer Bethanie Young, pastor at the Sweet Home Nazarene Church, reported on SHEM's activities at the Rotary's weekly meeting. They also received a $587 donation from the club, as well as a small mountain of paper goods collected by club members. 

Rice noted that SHEM has operated...

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