Gillette’s Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry are keeping up now that the demand for food has somewhat plateaued, Council of Community Services Director Mikel Scott said.

The dramatic spike in demand that was seen at the start of COVID-19 pandemic has slowed. The numbers in April have even dropped a little at the Food Pantry.

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