Shopping for dinner: Dickinson's AMEN Food Pantry launches 'Pack-A-Basket' initiative
Mike Williams of Dickinson browsed through the grocery shelves on Thursday, looking for a box of stuffing for his Christmas dinner.
It wasn't a conventional grocery store, but rather the AMEN Food Pantry.
A native of Portland, Williams moved to Dickinson 1 1/2 years ago. Employment with pipeline construction has slowed and he was referred to the food pantry by friends.
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