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Published: 3/4/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


Volunteers celebrate Nightingale's Harvest food bank

Volunteers and Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach, founder of Nightingale's Harvest food bank, gathered at St. James Lutheran Church to celebrate the ribbon-cutting of the remodeled food bank, Sunday, March 3, 2013. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Toledoan Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach, founder and director of Nightingales Harvest, left, receives a bag of food from Corey Stewart, right,  during a grand re-opening celebration for the food bank that aids cancer families at St. James Lutheran Church. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Toledoan Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach, founder and director of Nightingales Harvest, left, receives a bag of food from Corey Stewart, right,...
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Toledoan Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach, founder and director of Nightingales Harvest, left, smiles as she receives a surprise check from Corey Stewart. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Toledoan Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach, founder and director of Nightingales Harvest, left, smiles as she receives a surprise check from Corey ...
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Toledoan Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach, founder and director of Nightingales Harvest, gives out awards to individuals and groups that helped renovate the food pantry  during the grand re-opening celebration for the food bank that aids cancer families at St. James Lutheran Church. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Toledoan Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach, founder and director of Nightingales Harvest, gives out awards to individuals and groups that helped renovate ...
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Congregants sit infront of a stained glass window while awards are given out to individuals and groups that helped renovate the food pantry. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Congregants sit infront of a stained glass window while awards are given out to individuals and groups that helped renovate ...
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A picture of Kim Channer, who passed away from colon cancer, is on the counter with flowers in the newly renovated kitchen for Nightingales Harvest. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A picture of Kim Channer, who passed away from colon cancer, is on the counter with flowers in the newly ...
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Toledoan Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach, left, gives an award to  Dr. Timothy C. Kasunic, right, who was Kim Channer's doctor while she fought colon cancer. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Toledoan Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach, left, gives an award to Dr. Timothy C. Kasunic, right, who was Kim Channer's doctor while ...
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Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach embraces Dr. Timothy C. Kasunic, right, thanking him for his service as Kim Channer's doctor while she fought colon cancer. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach embraces Dr. Timothy C. Kasunic, right, thanking him for his service as Kim Channer's doctor while she ...
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Sakina Trevathan, assistant service learning at BGSU, walks down the aisle to accept an award from Nightingales Harvest. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sakina Trevathan, assistant service learning at BGSU, walks down the aisle to accept an award from Nightingales Harvest.
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