Huron woman bags $440 in groceries to share with those in need

Kreimes Sandusky Cardinal grocery store hosted two heart-pounding minutes of Run for a Smile Sweepstakes on Saturday - a mad dash to fill up two carts with groceries.
Sandusky Register Staff
Dec 19, 2011

Kreimes Sandusky Cardinal grocery store hosted two heart-pounding minutes of Run for a Smile Sweepstakes on Saturday — a mad dash to fill up two carts with groceries.

This year Pam Goff, of Huron, filled up two carts with over $440 worth of groceries, most of which she planned to donate to families in need through her church.

The event was sponsored by the Zonta Club of Sandusky and the Make-A-Smile program.

Watch a video of the action above.

Comments

WaterStreetCooncat

 Nice to see the LOCAL chapter of Zonta & a LOCAL store doing things like this, but where's the video?

grandmasgirl

Great story. What a nice lady to be thinking of others, and what a great store to help those in need.

Sue Meredith

Way to pay it forward Pam!!!!

William Jeffers...

I love the fact that they did this at a locally owned store too!  Best meat in town! 

Sue Meredith

I agree William Jeffers. Only place I buy my meat.

heycaptainjohn

God bless Pam for having the TRUE spirit of Christman in her heart. Good lady!

Cracked Cherry

 That is what a local family stores are all about. I would of grabbed all the peanut butter, lol.

WaterStreetCooncat

 Hey, Where's TAXPAYER?