PEPPERELL — Pepperell Aid from Community to Home has been helping those in need for many years. The Pantry started out in the local Catholic Church and then to the old Knights of Columbus building.
As need grew, so did PACH, and that required another move to the Peter Fitzpatrick School. PACH knew that the PFS was not to be their permanent location. After several months of research and searching and with the help of Main Street Bank, PACH was able to purchase Dr. Speigleman’s former medical office property at 66 Hollis St.
PACH has now kicked off its capital campaign to raise funds to pay for and to renovate the property. Fund raisers, donations, and hard work by many volunteers will ready the building for its June 2018 opening.
A gala fundraiser will take place on Saturday, Nov. 18 at the Townsend Ridge Country Club. Tickets for the delicious dinner and a fun evening of dance are $35 and are available at Main Street Bank, PACH office, Ten Broeck Insurance, Janet Cramb Realty, and Pepperell Family Pharmacy.
All proceeds will benefit the Capitol Campaign Fund. For more information about the gala, please contact Janet Cramb at 978-852-5704 or email@example.com. For more information about PACH’s Capital Campaign, visit pachoutreach.org