The mobile food truck from the Houston Food Bank was brought to Huntsville on Saturday by Huntsville’s Junior Service League and Huntsville Church of Christ. Four hundred families attended the event which represented more than 1400 people in total. Each family was able to take home fresh produce – potatoes, apples, broccoli, squash, and more! It was an honor for JSL to plan such an important community outreach program!
SHSU athletes came out in support and spent the early part of the morning entertaining the kids who were in attendance. They did an outstanding job of making the time fly by with lots of fun for the children!
Everyone was excited to see the truck pull in and immediately worked together to quickly unload the groceries.
Once the food truck was unloaded, many of the male students helped carry our guests’ bags and boxes through the line and to their cars. What a nice touch!
It was inspiring to see so many people come together to make life a bit better for others! Thanks to all JSL, HCOC, SHSU Athletics, AOA, HISD, FOH, and community members who spent the morning in service!!!
A truck is scheduled for December 6 and February 7, so mark your calendars now to be a part of something big for our community!!