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Virus help group pitches in with deliveries, other needs

By 
Dwight Harriman — Enterprise Staff Writer
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
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A community group called Corona Help Livingston is helping deliver meals and meeting other needs for those who can’t get out during the coronavirus pandemic.

 Corona Help started last month as a Park County Ministerial Association initiative.

 “We just kind of felt like the churches really needed to step in” said Darryl Brunson, a Corona Help coordinator who is pastor of Livingston’s Expedition Church.

Since then, other community organizations have gotten involved to partner with the group.

365体育网址Much of Corona Help’s work involves delivering meals for the Livingston Food Resource Center to people who can’t come to the center. 

365体育网址But Corona Help can also pitch in with delivering necessities, shopping for food, helping with laundry or offering prayer for people who want it.

Corona Help is looking for some help itself.

“We need more volunteers,” said Patti Agnew, pastor for the local United Methodist churches involved with Corona Help.

Volunteers must be in good health and under 60 years old. All volunteers follow LFRC and Centers For Disease Control safety guidelines.

For either folks needing help or people wanting to volunteer, visit Corona Help Livingston’s website, , and click on either “I Need Help” or “I Want to Help.”

If you can’t find the help you need on the website, call Living Hope church at (406) 222-1577.

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