Mark Politte (masked), helping store boxes of food at Bar Harbor Food Pantry

Stanley Subaru was happy to gather a crew early this Thursday morning to trek to the Bar Harbor Food Pantry. There we got to work with the fantastic crew that dedicate their time to ensuring the people in our community have something to eat. A truck arrived with pallets of food that needed to be brought in, sorted, and stored so it could be delivered over the course of the month.

The Bar Harbor Food Pantry was even kind enough to write a Love Promise Story about our visit.

Ready to lend a helping hand (or ten), the Stanley crew formed a sort of bucket brigade with the Food Pantry team to get everything inside. Because of the layout, the quickest way to get everything in was through a window where more Stanley and Food Pantry hands were ready to receive. Many hands make light work, and before we knew it, several pallets had been unloaded and stored, and the pantry's storage went from prepared to bursting. It was such a pleasure to help, we were honestly a little disappointed to have finished!

The Stanley crew isn't completely heartbroken, though. We have promised to return to help and and do what we can to ensure the success of their invaluable mission.

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