Lone Jack businesses team up to support helping hands food pantry

August 9, 2013 

Cockrell Mercantile, Deep Woods & Rustic Décor, and Log Cabin Antiques, will be hosting a Fall Preview featuring antiques, fall décor, and great shopping. They will also be accepting non-perishable food items to support the Helping Hands Food Pantry at all three locations, on Aug. 16-18.

“We wanted to bring awareness to the Helping Hands Food Pantry and assist them in supporting those in need in the Lone Jack community,” Diane Goode said, Owner, Deep Woods & Rustic Décor.

Cockrell Mercantile, Deep Woods & Rustic Décor, and Log Cabin Antiques, are offering a 20 percent discount off one full-priced item as a special “thank you” with a donation of a non-perishable food item for the pantry. The Mennonite Homemade jams, jellies, pickled beets, and pickles will be available from the church for $4 per pint jar. Sugar-free jellies are also available at Cockrell, Deep Woods Rustic Decor, and Log Cabin Antiques. Profits from the sales will also benefit the Food Pantry.

The Helping Hands Food Pantry, based out of the Lone Jack Christian Church, opened in 1996 with the help of local individuals has gained the support of local organizations, churches, clubs, and businesses, to help people in need.

Supporters include: The Lone Jack Café, Lone Jack Schools, the Lone Jack Branch of the U.S. Post Office, the Lone Jack Branch of the Mid-Continent Library, the Lone Jack Civic Club, Lone Jack’s Police and Fire Departments, the Lone Jack Historic Society, the Lone Jack Baptist Church, the Hope United Methodist Church, Elm Spring Baptist Church, and members of the Lone Jack Christian Church.

LONE JACK BUSINESSES INCLUDE:

• Cockrell Mercantile – 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. - 30003 E. Old Highway 50 816-697-1923 www.cockrellmercantile.

com

• Deep Woods & Rustic Décor – 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 34009 Hendricks Road 816-697-8853www.lonejackrusticdecor.

com

• Log Cabin Antiques –10 a.m.-5 p.m. - 38001 Boswell Road - 816-697-3881www.logc

abinantiques

Lone Jack is approximately 10 miles/minutes east of Lee’s Summit on Highway 50. Please visit the websites for complete directions to the Lone Jack businesses.

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