Wrangell Salvation Army offering services in time of COVID-19


August 20, 2020

Caleb Vierkant / Petersburg Pilot

The Wrangell Salvation Army's food pantry. Lt. Jon Tollerud said that the pantry has been kept full thanks to local donations and the support of Wrangell's grocery stores.

WRANGELL - In March, when the COVID-19 pandemic first began to impact Alaska, many local businesses and organizations in Wrangell shut down. While many groups saw the time as an opportunity to wait and see how the pandemic would change things in the community, the Wrangell Salvation Army took the opportunity to renovate and upgrade. Now that they and other local groups are as close to business-as-usual as they can be in this time, the Salvation Army wanted to remind people struggling through the pandemic that they have many programs available that could interest them.

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