NEW MILFORD – Since the start of the pandemic, 17-year-old Boy Scout Alex Rigdon and his family have volunteered at Camilla’s Cupboard – a local food pantry, on several occasions.
For Alex’s Project Eagle, he will now help those who are hungry in another way: he is creating four community “blessing boxes,” which are self-contained micro-food pantries.
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