St. Bartholomew Episcopal Church


209 W. 7th Street - Ely, Nevada 89301


Committee Against Child Hunger


Get ready to kick up your heels for a great cause. 
Southern Drawl Bandfrom Nashville, Tennessee is coming to the Freight Barn, located at the railway, on Thursday October 25th from 7pm - 9pm. This is a food drive/fundraiser where White Pine County Tour and Rec has partnered with White Pine County Social Services and the C.A.C.H (Committee Against Child Hunger) program to fill the food pantries for our local children and seniors going into the holiday season. This concert is FREE to patrons who donate needed nonperishable items requested by the 2 organizations. Suggested value of $20. Cash donations will be accepted as well and there will be a 50/50 raffle to benefit both organizations. Check out the band in the posts below. You are not going to want to miss this show. Bring the entire family out for this community concert that kicks off the Nevada Day/Halloween weekend of events.


A healthy start promotes a healthy future. This was the goal of the Committee Against Child Hunger (CACH). Now in it's fifth year, this community group was formed to provide nutritious “back pack” food  supplements to White Pine County students for the  weekends, giving them a healthy start. 

Each week backpacks containing 3 days worth of meals and snacks are distributed to McGill Elementary, David E. Norman Elementary, Lund and Steptoe Valley High School. 2 day packs are distributed to the Learning Bridge and Little People's Head Start, a local pre-school.

The backpacks have non-perishable, nutritious food easily prepared by children. These items are to supplement food prepared in the home. School personnel recognize that students do better in school when their bodies are fueled with nutritious food.

This program would not be possible without the generous support of members of our community, White Pine County Social Services, Catholic Charities and our many volunteers.

If you would like additional information or would like to be involved, please leave a message at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church at 289-6208; Paula Sims at 289-3323;

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