The food bank will be operating from the alley behind Community Connections on Friday March 20. (File photo)

UPDATE: Revelstoke food bank to continue at different location

The food recovery pick-up program is also continuing

Revelstoke Community Connections Food Bank will be continuing, but at a different location, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The food bank will run as usual Friday from 8:30 a.m.-10 a.m. but will be located in the back alley at the Community Connections main office at 314 2nd St. E.

READ MORE: B.C. declares state of emergency, recalling legislature for COVID-19

Parking is available in the 1st St. parking lot.

Next week supplies will be available every day, said Sheen Bell, executive director of Community Connections, Revelstoke.

Staff have been delivering paper notices to clients to get information out, Bell said. They are working hard to make sure no one gets missed.

The Food Recovery pick-up program is also continuing in the same location, as of March 18. Pick up is available Thursday from

If you have questions call Patti Larson at 250-827-2920.



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