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Kim's 'No Bull' dealerships sponsor Stuff-A-Truck

PINE BELT -

This is a news release from ZAC House and Mission At The Cross.

Kim’s Toyota-Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep and Kim’s Chevrolet-Nissan are sponsoring a Stuff-A-Truck Food Drive for Dying To Live Ministries-ZAC House and Mission At The Cross beginning Monday, Nov. 23 thru Wednesday, Dec. 23.

Kim and Bob Hobbs will have a pickup truck in the showroom of each their two Laurel vehicle dealerships for donors to drop off non-perishable food supplies to help support the two Laurel area Christian, substance abuse recovery centers.

“We are excited to have the opportunity to help these two incredible faith-based ministries who assist individuals overcome issues they have with substance abuse, “ notes Kim Hobbs.

She adds, “Dying To Live Ministries-ZAC House provides recovery services for women and Mission At The Cross provides recovery services for men and they both are at or near capacity right now and are in need of food donations especially during this holiday season."

Pastor Adam Patrick with Dying To Live Ministries-ZAC House advises, “We are very excited about this First Annual Stuff-A-Truck Food Drive being hosted by Kim’s which will greatly benefit the residents at ZAC House whom we work with to overcome issues related to substance abuse.

We can house up to twelve women at ZAC House and currently have five women also residing at our half-way house named Goshen for women who have completed the six month residential recovery program at ZAC House.

Mike Shirley, Director of Mission At The Cross adds, “We currently have twenty-two men residing at the Mission which translates into preparing and serving sixty-six meals each and every day. We can’t say thanks enough to Kim and Bob Hobbs for sponsoring this Stuff-A-Truck Food Drive which will help benefit both Mission At The Cross as we go about the work of helping restore lives and families torn apart by substance abuse.”

Anyone desiring to drop off non-perishable food donations may do so at Kim’s “No Bull” dealerships located at 1030 Hwy 15 North or 2516 Hwy 15 North in Laurel from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Saturday.

Both ministries will share the food donations equally and are very appreciative of the donors who will help make the Kim’s Stuff-A-Truck Food Drive a success.

“Both ministries have touched hundreds of lives, both those who have come in with addictions and their families, and the change that is brought forth when these men and women come to know Christ is just amazing,” advises Pastor Jade Patrick with Dying To Live Ministries-ZAC House.

She concludes, “We are already praising God for what will be received and want everyone to know just how thankful we are for each and every food item that will be donated!”

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