Happer, Hawyard and Stelling Hosting Food Drive


MOUNTAIN LAKES — Councilman Daniel Happer, Jane Hayward, and Lucas Stelling are reaching out for community support as they seek donations for a food drive to benefit the Interfaith Food Pantry serving Morris County.

Happer, Hayward, and Stelling are asking members of the extended community to bring nonperishable food to the parking lot of St. Catherine of Siena, 10 Pocono Road, Mountain Lakes on Saturday, October 29 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.   All non-perishable items are graciously accepted- canned fruit and vegetables, cereal, peanut butter, canned chicken, and tuna, along with baby formula and baby food- are in high demand.

This is the second food drive Jane Hayward has hosted.  “Mountain Lakes is a tight-knit community and we come together in times of need.   Many people in Morris County are suffering now due to economic circumstances beyond their control- and we want to come together to lend a hand” shared Hayward.  “Lakers have always been generous – we are happy to organize a way for our community to help others.”

If you would like to contribute but are unable to attend the food drive or need assistance delivering a donation, please email: candidates@lakerpriorities.com. To learn more about Jane Hayward, Councilman Dan Happer, and Lucas Stelling, visit their campaign by clicking here.