GEORGETOWN — Jeanine O’Donnell, with State Farm Insurance, is again sponsoring Snacks for Success for Pathways to Success students.
The event is being held at Sussex County Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore on Route 9 in Lewes, on Thursday, Sept. 9 from 4-7 p.m. Delaware residents and visitors will go through the “drive by” and give snack donations to volunteers. Healthy snack donations can include pop tarts, cereal bars, granola bars, snack size peanut butter, trail mix, individual tuna pouches with crackers and dried fruit.
Grandpa Mac’s Food Truck, Old Shoal and Rita’s Water Ice trucks will also be in attendance. Donors are encouraged to stay and bring chairs to enjoy these vendors offerings as well as listening to music by Joy Scheck.
Snacks can also be dropped off at Jeanine O’Donnell’s State Farm office, 16583 Coastal Hwy., in Lewes, or the Sussex County Habitat for Humanity ReStore at 18501 Stamper Drive (off Route 9) in Lewes until Sept. 9.
Pathways to Success founder and executive director, Fay Blake said, “Our Pathways to Success team are so looking forward to participating in this event. I cannot thank Jeanine O’Donnell and our fellow non-profit, Sussex County Habitat for Humanity enough, for supporting the kids we serve at Cape Henlopen High School, Milford High School, Seaford High School and Sussex Technical High School.”
For more information about Pathways to Success, contact Sarah Gilmour at 302-381-1494 or firstname.lastname@example.org.