southeast texas food bank

United Way of Beaumont & North Jefferson County distributed nearly $2 million between 19 local partner agencies at an allocation award ceremony on Tuesday, July 18 at the Foundation for Southeast Texas.

The money was raised during United Way’s annual campaign. The money comes from donors, individuals who live and work in the community, as well as corporate donors, said John Rollins, public relations/community impact director for the United Way of Beaumont & North Jefferson County.

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In recognition of the annual partnership between the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) and local food banks, the Walden Road Post Office hosted a news conference Thursday, May 11 to promote the 25th Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive, conducted throughout the nation and region on Saturday, May 13.

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The United States Postal Services (USPS) and the National Association of Letter Carriers Spindletop Branch 842 is holding their 25th annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. 

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Funnel cakes, turkey legs, alligator on a stick. Then have some pork kabobs, donut burgers, candy apples, popcorn and a plethora of fried snacks. Just about anything you can think of to eat is available from more than 75 food vendors at the 74th annual South Texas State Fair on the grounds of Ford Park, which begins Thursday, March 30, with the 10-day festival of fun ending Sunday, April 9.

Gates will open at 6 p.m. next Thursday, and there is literally something for everyone. Some come for the food. Some come for the games, carnival rides, exhibits, live music and the rodeo.

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Three Rivers Council Boy Scout troops participating in the annual Scouting for Food Drive returned to neighborhoods throughout their 10 county service territory on Saturday, March 4.

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Annually, the Boy Scouts of America’s Three Rivers Council, the Southeast Texas Food Bank, and GHX Industrial collaborate on the Scouting for Food drive. A commemoration of that collaborative effort, including a $1,100 check presentation from GHX Industrial as sponsor of the event’s collection bags, was held at GHX Industrial at 3155 West Cardinal Drive on Feb. 22.

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Carlo Busceme III

It’s a Fat Tuesday celebration like no other. The long-standing tradition of Taste of the Triangle will celebrate 34 years on Tuesday, Feb. 28, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Beaumont Civic Center.

Fat Tuesday is a day synonymous with food and festivity, and Southeast Texas’ premier foodie fest and fundraiser will have everything your belly desires. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the Beaumont Civic Center box office at 701 Main St. in downtown.

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Todd Madden, BISD graphic artist, and Charles Thomas, truck driver, load boxes

The Beaumont Independent School District hosted a food drive, which ended Nov. 15, that gathered 15,165 pounds for the Southeast Texas Food Bank, according to Doris Harris, Southeast Texas Food Bank administrative assistant.

The food bank provides food to over 130 hunger relief agencies in the area.

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Photo courtesy of Lamar University

Can you imagine what it would be like to spend Christmas in a turn-of-the-century oil boomtown? Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown Museum, on the campus of Lamar University, will embrace the joy of the season with “Christmas in Boomtown,” an event will allow visitors to participate in ways many celebrated the season more than a century ago.

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Dan Maher, executive director of the Southeast Texas Food Bank, and Donald Stagg

The Southeast Texas Food Bank received donations from Entergy and the 4H Club on Saturday, Oct. 8.

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